Jacqueline Bodnar is a successful full-time professional writer with well over 3,000 published articles. Her work has appeared in magazines, newspapers and on websites across the world. She has ghostwritten eight books for those in the health field, and is author if the historical fiction novel "Blueberry Steel," "Starting Your Career as a Professional Blogger," and "Blog for Bucks: How to Create, Promote, and Profit from Your Blog," which came out in September 2020. Jacqueline also has articles that have been nationally syndicated in newspapers across the country and across the world. She also has a popular local blog, called Volusia County Moms, a popular national vegetarian blog, and a nature blog called Florida Family Nature. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, majoring in social science studies (covering the areas of history, political science, and psychology). She also has a Master of Professional Writing degree from Chatham University.
Her prior experiences include work in advertising and marketing for some major corporations in Las Vegas, including Vegas.com and Cirque du Soleil.
Jacqueline is an award-winning professional writer who is well-experienced at producing top-notch press releases, publicity writing, advertising copy, e-books, sales letters, brochures, blog posts, and many other copywriting projects. She also does an extensive amount of ghostwriting for a variety of industry leaders, including having ghostwritten seven books, and thousands of blog posts. Jacqueline's article titled "New Law Could Curb Child Consignment Businesses" won a 2010 gold news feature award in the Parenting Publications of America's Editorial Awards Competition.
When she's not writing, Jacqueline enjoys reading, hiking, RV camping, snorkeling in the springs, and spending time with her family. She is also a runner, nature lover, and Florida Master Naturalist. A Michigan native, she spent a decade living in Las Vegas (where both of her kids were born), before she and her family moved to the Daytona Beach area in 2006.