Jessica Leigh Brown

Knoxville Freelance Writer, Journalist, Copywriter, and Proofreader

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I'm a freelance writer with a background in journalism, professional blogging, and proofreading.

Are you looking for a wordsmith who's committed to getting the job done well – and on time? Drop me a line. I've written news features, book chapters, blog posts for businesses, community news stories, and magazine features. And I've edited e-mail blasts, web copy, flyers and brochures.

I spent two years living in Germany's Black Forest region, so I speak a little Deutsch and maintain a love for schnitzel and bratwurst. I was homeschooled for 12 years and currently teach middle and high school English courses to homeschooled students at two local co-ops. I was an English major in college and I love Jane Austen, William Shakespeare, and the Brontës.

Check out my clips below.

McAlester, OK Has Fun in Store For Families | McAlester, OK

McAlester moms and dads rarely want for activities to keep their kids busy and active. The area has plenty of places for play year round, including 14 parks, several public and privately owned recreation centers, a thriving Little League organization, proximity to lakes and lots of fun family events.

Souvenirs, Gifts & Novelties: Magazine: Solid Selling Strategies

' ince babies grow quickly out of one size and into another, moms are always looking for new outfits for their little ones. And excited grandparents, friends and other family members are often on the hunt for the perfect baby gifts. What are some of the best ways to catch customers' eyes and convince them to buy?

Knoxville News Sentinel
South Knoxville: Ironworker adds beauty to functionality

Charles “Tuck” DuMond started melting metal when he was a small child. “My dad taught me to weld when I was 6 or 7 years old,” said DuMond. “By 12, I built my first go-cart, sort of a large, off-road thing, and I’ve dabbled in iron ever since.”

Knoxville News Sentinel
Jessica Boling: South Knoxville woodworker builds custom bird and bat houses

Wood shavings carpet the floor of Robert Nyert’s shop, where he spends long days sanding, cutting and assembling his woodworking projects. Nyert, who owns Borderland Woodworks on Sevier Avenue, says he started the shop in 2011 to make a living — and to share the tradition of woodworking. “I want to pass along the craft because it’s a dying art,” Nyert said.

Knoxville News Sentinel
South Knoxville's Ye Olde Steak House celebrates 45 years

Siblings Cheryl Wilson, Nancy Ayres and David King grew up grilling steaks and greeting customers. Their parents, Bunt and Helen King, started Ye Olde Steak House Restaurant on Chapman Highway in 1968. This year, the restaurant celebrates its 45th year in business.

Knoxville News Sentinel
Jessica Boling: Rugby club creates community, accountability for members

When Shane Tornoe, 18, joined the South-Doyle Rugby Club at South-Doyle High School three years ago, his grades were suffering. “I had a 2.4 average as a sophomore,” he said. Tornoe says participating in the rugby club gave him the motivation to raise his grades. “This year as a senior, I’m getting a 4.1.”

Tennessee Home & Farm
Apple Delight

Short feature on pg. 29.

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