Tim Huddleston is a freelance writer, editor, and publishing consultant with more than 25 years of experience. He provides content development, technical writing, and editorial services for a diverse array of clients, including internationally known educational and trade publishers. Tim specializes in developing practical nonfiction content and has written and developed publications on a broad array of topics for the trade, educational, software, and institutional markets. His work can be found in print, online, and in software and multimedia applications of many kinds. In addition to a successful 15-year career as a freelance writer and editor, Tim has worked on-staff for major publishers such as McGraw-Hill, Macmillan, Que Corp., New Riders Publishing, and The Indianapolis Star-News. Tim’s background also includes several years as a broadcast journalist. He holds a double B.A. in English and French from Centre College. Tim lives in Charlotte, N.C. with his wife, Tara, their two daughters, Savannah and Lucy, two dogs, a parrot, a collection of fire-bellied toads, and--from time to time--a gecko.
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Michael Miller has written more than 100 nonfiction how-to books over the past two decades, including Que’s Googlepedia : The Ultimate Google Resource, Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Computer Basics, YouTube for Business, Sams Teach Yourself YouTube in 10 Minutes, and Sams Teach Yourself Wikipedia in 10 Minutes. He also authored The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Search Engine Optimization for Alpha Books. Collectively, his books have sold more than 1 million copies worldwide. Miller has established a reputation for clearly explaining technical topics to nontechnical readers and for offering useful real-world advice about complicated topics.
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