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Hello! I’m Nicole Thelin.

I have over a decade of professional writing experience. Since my novel was published in 2003, I’ve branched into journalism, web content writing, search engine optimization (SEO) and WordPress-based web development. I have a typing speed of approximately 200 words per minute and I can produce quality content quickly!

My newest project can be seen at LowIncomeRelief.com and GetHelpMap.com, where I help low income Americans connect with the community resources they need to improve their life circumstances. The Low Income Relief network receives over 25,000 visitors per month and boasts over 1,000 email subscribers, 1,500 Facebook followers and several hundred Twitter followers. It’s a rapidly growing brand and my very favorite project.

Of course, I spend most of my time away from my desk with my husband and five wonderful children. We’re a homeschool family – and we love to spend our weekdays exploring museums, camping and at the beach! I love good book and spending time with my family in our not-so-quiet country home.

I help thousands of people every month at LowIncomeRelief.com.

Low Income Relief is my newest project. Here, I help low income Americans stretch their budgets, get free or discounted admission to museums, save money on their utilities and more. Those who are in serious trouble can locate resources in their local communities, such as food banks and emergency assistance with utilities, at GetHelpMap.com.

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My work has been featured by USA Today.

When my husband became too disabled to work, I took my journalism skills online with Demand Media Studios and other reputable online content providers. Through these channels, my work has been picked up and featured on sites like Chron.com, eHow.com and even USA Today!

You can see my work here:

I’ve been writing for newspapers since I was 17 years old.

In 2005, I began writing for newspapers. I was just 17 and it was love at first byline! I wrote for the Daily Chronicle (Centralia, WA) for three months before moving to the Daily Herald (Provo, Utah). I covered everything from local teen issues to international humanitarian projects.

You can see some of my work here:

My first article appeared on the front page of The Chronicle on June 2, 2005.