Rochester, Minnesota (PressExposure) December 16, 2006 -- Harriet Hodgson has been writing for http://www.ezinearticles.com for a year and a half. About 28,000 authors write for this Web site. The authors write them for free and anyone can publish them for free, as long as they credit the authors. After submitting six articles Hodgson received Expert Author and Platinum status.
Before she became a health and wellness writer Hodgson was a food writer for the first "Rochester Magazine." Though many of her articles are about food, most of them are about health. Hodgson's articles have been published on Alzheimer's Web sites, elder care Web sites, and countless blogs.
"It's exciting to see my articles travel the globe," Hodgson said. "I see my titles in German, Japanese, and even Arabic."
Hodgson has been a freelance nonfiction writer for 28 years. She is a member of the Association of Health Care Journalists and the Association for Death Education and Counseling. Her 24th book, "Smiling Through Your Tears: Anticipating Grief," written with Mayo Clinic psychiatrist Lois Krahn, MD, is published by http://www.amazon.com. A five-star review of the book appears on Amazon.
The American Hospice Foundation has published a review under the "School Corner" heading and also posted several of Hodgson's http://www.ezinearticles.com articles.
A dedicated walker, Hodgson finished a book about walking in September and a New York City literary agency is representing the work. Hodgson hopes to make a sale soon. Meantime, she is hard at work on her next book and Internet articles. "I love ezine.com," she said. "Writing for the Web site keeps me sharp and keeps me going."