Kristine’s portfolio showcases various projects created and completed throughout her freelancing career. She also has writing samples provided in the link above.
Rosary Prayer Book – Amazon.com 12/23/19
“I loved your little Rosary book— best I’ve ever seen on the topic! It is beautiful. Glad you included the luminous mysteries, the promises and the Fatima prayer. I liked some of the other prayers as well. The history was good to.Great little guide.”
“This book will be a go to resource for me. It is concise, practical, and easy to understand and follow. Rosary Prayer Book also contains information on the history of the Rosary and some additional helpful prayers. It is a perfect book to have at your bedside as well as a great gift for those you care about. I learned a lot.”
**Current Project** Editor for Upcoming Sequel to “Casey Vice: Spitfire of Vengeance” Written by Joseph Rousell (Adult Fiction)
“I met Hutch in A-school, and we’ve been good friends ever since. I can vouch for her skills and professionalism because her job in the service as an AZ (Aviation Maintenance Administrationman) requires high ranking service members to be in your business, and you have to be on top of your game, I highly recommend her services to anyone.”
-Joseph Rousell, Author of Casey Vice: Spitfire of Vengeance
Editor for manuscript about the country of Fiji (Nonfiction)
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“Kristine did a fantastic job with a challenging manuscript and completed the project on time. Working with her was a breeze from exchanging raw and finished product to payment options. I would definitely work with her again in the future.”
Editor for various Children’s Books including Chapter Books and Picture Books Written by Kathy Spencer (Children’s Fiction)
“Kristine did a great job on my stories. My chapter book was especially difficult and challenging. Kristine was professional and asked questions along the way so that my voice was heard. She did such a great job I kept giving her more work. I would recommend Kristine for any writing project you have and need help with.”
-Kathy Spencer, Children’s Books Author
Published Articles – Patients Rising
Blog – The Life of a Caregiver
Kristine started this blog to tell you about her life as a full-time caregiver. Her hope is that her experience can help others and to let them know that they are not alone in being a caregiver. She is hoping to be an advocate for some and encouragement to all. There are a lot of things that happen that people don’t know about, and she is here to shed some light on those things to family, friends, healthcare professionals, and the LGBTQ community.
“I love to read what Kristine sees, feels and observes as a caregiver. She writes honestly, sincerely and with so much passion. Kristine has allowed those of us on the outside to catch a glimpse of the struggles she and her wife go through. I appreciate the honesty about their struggles, but also the humanity she imparts regarding the people they deal with on their journey. You can truly feel the love they share, the sadness they endure, and the absolute faith they place in each other. Thank you for sharing the ups and downs!”
“Kristine, you’re truly amazing! ❤️ [Being a] Caregiver is a huge responsibility. What ever you do, [however] you do it, [and] helping others in need is a great experience and [they are] truly blessed! You are my hero .”
Volunteer Supporting AnySoldier.com
It was March 26th, 2003. Army Sergeant Brian Horn, one of 1,000 soldiers, parachuted into enemy territory in Northern Iraq.
Five months later, Brian Horn was able to call his parents. They had been sending their son an average of six care packages per week. So when Brian asked his parents to send more, “my wife and I thought he was kidding!” Marty Horn told me. “But Brian said, ‘no — its for the soldiers that don’t get any.'”
Brian Horn’s regiment spent nearly a year finding places to sleep on the ground or on their vehicles while behind enemy lines in Northern Iraq. From Life in Iraq, Stars and Stripes special report on morale. October, 2003, Jon R. Anderson, Stars and Stripes.
Both Brian’s parents had spent their careers in the Military, so they immediately understood what Brian was saying. Millions of men and women serving overseas never receive any mail. Besides often lacking basic necessities, these men and women have to cope with the harsh conditions of serving overseas without signs of support from friends and family back home.
The Horns developed the idea for AnySoldier.com during that phone call. Marty created a website that explained the project and offered Brian’s address — including the words “Attn: Any Soldier”. Brian would give these packages to the soldiers not receiving any mail. After his service in the Military, Marty had gotten involved in the still-young Internet. He knew how much opportunity the Internet offered, but even he was amazed at the results. “Within two weeks, we were getting flooded with email from all over the world. It was like an avalanche.”
The project’s growth kept up its tremendous pace. In January 2004, in response to many requests, the Horns opened up the project to the other Military branches. Within one year, they went from seven Military contacts distributing “Any Soldier” packages to 3,500.
“It just exploded. It literally took on a life of its own… Honestly, we started this as a way to help my son and his troops. Imagine camping — it’s hard enough to get stuff, imagine being one in a thousand guys who parachuted behind enemy lines,” Marty said.
The growth has continued. To date, AnySoldier.com — and its related websites, AnyMarine, AnyAirman, AnySailor, and AnyCoastGuardsman — have served over 2 million troops stationed in many locations (Current info HERE). The men and women in service come from many states and countries — the vast majority from the USA, but also from such places as Chile, England, Italy, Germany, and Japan and many others. Visitors to AnySoldier.com can search for contacts by service location, where the unit comes from, the number of males or females in the group (some supporters prefer to write to “Attn: Any Female Soldier”), and the number of times their address has been requested — among other options.
The response has overwhelmed the recipients, as well. AnySoldier updates from the men and women in service express gratitude, joy and awe at the support they receive.
(Reference: AnySoldier.com overview section 10/27/19)
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