Thoughts from the Abyss


Hi there, and welcome to my blog. If you’ve come here looking for someone to help you on your content project, for a competent writer with a decent sample size, then you’ve come to the right place.

What’s this website for?

The blog, in general, began as an online log. It’s also a little bit of a calling card. I write about the things I like, and that’s pretty much it.

What I Do

Website Content Writing

Website Content Writing Website content is meant to be approachable, visually-pleasing and representative of your business. This website content writing service offers you a per-word pricing for your website’s content, from landing pages to product descriptions, with consistent formatting, SEO-focused writing, and an eye for how writing is represented on your page, from the location of links to the prominence of keywords and headers to […]

Blog Entry Writing

Blog Entry Writing Blog posts are meant to inform and incite interest, and that’s what this service gets you. Based on a given broad or specific topic relevant to your business, this blog entry writing service will create a highly-researched and entertaining blog post, linked with valuable quality trackbacks and perfect English. Completely original, no article spin/plagiarism. Through Copyspace, all blog posts are checked to […]

Article Writing

Article Writing Every article is highly researched and delivered on-time within a given deadline. Each article writing piece is proofread, checked for Copyscape matches (and guaranteed for 0%), and with the most recent SEO practices in mind. Only reputable trackbacks are utilized. 100% Copyscape-proof originality. This means your article will not be flagged for plagiarism in any way and will be made of entirely original […]

Press Release Writing

Press Release Writing Press releases put your business on the map for local media outlets, and can boost your ranking on search engines, all through the succinct and direct reporting of an upcoming or ongoing special event, promotion, occasion or announcement. This press release writing service keeps any event or occasion at roughly/under 500 words and includes a section dedicated to company information for press purposes. […]

Latest Posts

What I’ve Learned About Sticking Points

We’re approaching the end of the month, and the end of the year. Right around this time about a year ago, I was in a pretty precarious spot physically. After a stupid mistake, I found myself struggling with a chronic ache in my left knee. It was a tendon pain that I had inadvertently caused with poor form, a nagging feeling accompanied by instability. Nothing […]

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Getting the Skinny On Influence Marketing

In a day and age where anyone’s word can go viral, it’s obvious that protecting one’s reputation is vital. But on the flip side, the Internet also allows businesses to leverage content to produce a valuable result. This is influence marketing. Influence marketing is the art of building a reputation for a business in the local industry through online influence. If you’re an IT consultant, […]

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Training Without a Gym – The Legs

When it comes to training the legs, there’s an almost infamous air of hesitation. Leg day, as it’s called, is hard. Notoriously hard. Squats are the best way to train your legs, and if you’re doing the right — with flat soles, heels digging into the ground, and a whole bunch of weight on your shoulders — they can easily force your entire body to […]

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Want to Work With Me?

My primary services revolve around content, and that’s what I’m good at. I love writing — from content writing to short stories — and I love crafting ways to convey and explain, and to excite and entice. I go about my writing process in a very simple and extremely effective manner:


Research is vital to any kind of content writing. What have people said before? How can I take a basic concept and revitalize it in a way that interests people? What angle does the target market respond to best? Good content is all about quality writing, but great content is all about writing for the right audience.


People like articles that can be either a.) read in bits, or b.) progressed through in a systematic manner. Taking a key concept and compartmentalizing it into several distinct sections gives my articles substance, structure, and makes them much easier to read than any budget word salad put down by an inferior writer.


This is the part where my inner voice gets to work — at this point, it’s simple. I’ve taken in the research, figured out the best way to explain what I want to explain, and then I go ahead and do the actual work. I let my fingers fly over the keyboard for a little while and presto! Your article is nearly finished.


No good article becomes great without an editor — or just a general edit. Sometimes, articles sound good as you’re going through them — but then you notice little awkward, subtle things while reading it. A quick once-over is often enough to take a rough draft and create a lovely copy, but what I love most is to work with clients to figure out what style they want, allowing me to learn to adapt to their wishes.


Shh. It’s an industry secret. This is probably the part where I begin an ancient ritual, beckoning some Lovecraftian creature to grant my article the power to possess and entice anyone who reads it. Or not. Who knows.


For the both of us! Writing isn’t a very selfish profession — I love my craft, but unless you love it too, my words are worthless. I’m good at what I do — but I’m not psychic! With a little direction from the client, my articles will help spread the word on the quality of their service and online presence — and help me pay my bills.