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Bugs Bunny as seen in The Looney Tunes Show.

Bugs Bunny as seen in The Looney Tunes Show. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Well, if you thought a lot had changed around here, then SURPRISE, even more has changed over the weekend. We are getting some great submissions from future contributors, our Services and Products pages are up and running, and we are growing a steady audience from sites like StumbleUpon and ChimeIn.

But that’s not all, folks, sorry Bugs, we are making magic with science at a great pace. Our site is filling up with awesome science related information and great tips for aspiring science writers. There are two more ebooks working through the final production and soon instructional videos are going to be produced.

If you missed the weekend blog, search science hunger games and you’ll find it because of great SEO.  Today, has been all about working on the business so, I apologize for the lack of great science in this post. Remember imagination is far more important than knowledge according to Einstein, and good science writing requires both.

Hope you enjoy the new look please give the site a quick review with a comment or two. Don’t forget to check out and share everything! We need your opinions to make this the #1 authority on science writing.

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About Richard Nelson

Freelance science writing all day and night. I'm an expert at writing, marketing, and publishing. Providing writing services nearly everyday, SEO rich articles about science and tech are my specialties. I also love to make money so I'm for hire as an independent communications expert and business consultant with specializations in project management, writing, science, and engineering. With a vast network of professionals in various fields backed by two degrees, 180 credits hours, 6 graduate courses and several awards and recommendations along the way, who could go wrong?



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