Writing Portfolio

Hi There! I’m Celina, an American freelance writer studying for my M.A. in Creative Writing (Non Fiction) at City, University of London. I have written many forms of copy, from content creation at an SEO agency to managing multiple social media accounts. Almost all of my recent portfolio is ghostwritten, so I sadly can’t list many of my favorite creations on topics such as dating, travel, and coffee, to name a few. A few of the things I can share are below (and I’m happy to send ghostwritten samples upon request).

WanderTooth – Destination Guide

Celina’s Guide, Where to Stay in Paris

The Quirky Quad – Brand Creation, Content Management, SMM

During my undergraduate studies I founded a blog for and by millennials. I recruited and managed freelance writers, edited all content, created a content calendar, and managed all social media. After a year I sold the site and social media accounts and naively forgot to save any of the blog content – luckily The Blog Herald did a feature piece on TQQ.


EmLovz – Ghostwritten Dating Articles

For this client, I was given article outlines and SEO keywords and phrases.  Although this article  may not reflect my personal beliefs, it followed the client’s brief.

TeaCake Travels – SEO/Travel Blogging

Beyond doing search engine optimization work behind the scenes for this popular travel site, I was a contributor to the site’s yearly destination roundup found here

Unique Gifter – Gift Guide List Articles 

For these articles I researched to create niche gift guides with affiliate links to drive sales.

Counselling Sales Copy

Here you can find an example of a sample sales copy I created for a client that is on the first page of Google search results for “Long distance relationship counselling.”

Forever Young Adult Shout-out

While in university in America, I created an anonymous blog themed around Emma, which was featured by ForeverYoungAdult.com (this was the best day of my life)

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