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Brayden Probst

Editorial Intern ~ May 2017 - Present

Reviewer, editor, and proofreader

Web content contributor and designer

-Full-time student and YA author

Laurel C. -

Editorial Assistant ~ Writer, Reader, Graphic Designer YouTube guru in the works and the youngest member of our team at age twleve

Stephanie S. Age 16

Editorial assistant, reviewer, and web content developer.  Junior in high school interested in all things books.... 

Previous Interns & Contributors

R.E. Carter ~ Producer

More than 40 years in media production, including internet, radio, and tv

Kelly Anne White ~ ChildressInk.com Freelance Editor, Macros-Proofreads 

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Taya d.G. Age 16

Winter Intern, spends much of her free time reading Ray Bradbury short stories, poems, and novels and passionately quotes Ray Bradbury paraphernalia, such as her FaceBook message to the ghost of Ray Bradbury saying “we’ve finally made it,” linking him to an article on the latest attempt to live on Mars. Follower her on FaceBook to find out more about Ray Bradbury and Mars!

Meet My Staff

by Patricia Marx

An All-Time Favorite, every page is interactive

Melissa Yeomans ~ ChildressInk.com Design Editor, Content Developer, Co-Producer, and YouTube Guru 

Corynn R. -Age 16 

Editorial Intern ~ Reviewer, editor, proofreads, web content contributor, and so much more!

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Stephanie S. Age 16

Editorial assistant, reviewer, and web content developer.  Junior in high school interested in all things books.... 

Interns

Jillian Belene, Age 16, Winter Intern January 2015

Brianna Busscher, Age 19, Summer Intern, 2014, 2015 

Tanaya G., Age 19, reviewer

Tristan K., Age 20, reviewer

Paul C., Age 20, reviewer

Adam C., Age 17, reviewer

Leah C., Age 15, reviewer

Laura S., Age 15, reviewer

 

Over the years I've built a core group of editors and writers of excellence, who have all written or edited for a top-five publisher.

ChildressInk.com has also become a resource for beginning writers and interns, direct interaction and feedback from my core focus group, and this has become one of the most-fun aspects of the evolution of ChildressInk.com.