I’m Amber Kanuckel, a freelance writer who loves learning and finding ways to explain what I’ve learned. In fact, the learning is the reason for the writing. My freelancing career spans twenty years, full time for the past decade, and the hunger for knowledge is what has driven it all. Researching, interviewing, searching for ways to tackle topics from new angles—I live and breathe for these things.
You’ll find my writing in both print and digital publications including the Farmers’ Almanac, GreenPrints, Ohio Amish Country, and several regional publications. I also provide ghostwritten marketing content for a variety of B2B and B2C clients, too.
Central Ohio is currently my home, though my travels aren’t limited to this small corner of the world. Life has given me some pretty diverse experiences. As a rural girl, I can go on at length about agriculture, crops, the merits of raising sheep versus cows, or how to keep your veggie garden happy and healthy. I’m also a musician, and I spent many years working in construction just because I love building and renovation. In fact, if you check out my portfolio and blog, you’ll see reflections of this diversity throughout.
If you’d like to work with me or if you have any questions, I’m just an email away. Reach out so we can chat!
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Wide ranging experience means I delight in taking on a variety of topics. Science, history, agriculture, home improvement and fitness—these things are just the tip of my iceberg.
We’re all going to be spending a lot of time at home this summer, right? Plant a garden and save yourself a few trips to the grocery store for fresh veggies!
This was a look I did on Monday. Like most of the looks I do, I started off with good intentions. “Let’s do neutrals today,” I thought to myself as I pulled out the Urban Decay Naked3 palette. “You never do neutrals.”
This summer’s shaping up to be a strange one, isn’t it? Social distancing means beaches and pools are closed, as are movie theaters and lots of the other fun venues at which we’d spend our summers. Fortunately, I’ve got your back!