About Carol Wuenschell

I set out first to be a biological illustrator, then a biologist.  I’ve also been an educator, and right now I’m officially a Scientific Writer – basically what I do is edit scientific texts.

As a scientist, I was trained to be a critical observer and to ask questions.  As an educator, I thought a lot about how information is conveyed from one person to another – from one generation to the next.  I’ve always been analytical – and creative.  All of this I bring to bear upon whatever interests me.  Language is one of those things.



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  1. Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment. Looking forward to exploring your site. I come from a science background myself and am now venturing out into the world of writing…

  2. Thanks for dropping in. As you can see, I’m just getting started – much to learn. I also noted that your background is similar to mine, and I’m looking forward to seeing your book when it comes out. (Keep writing… Don’t stop!)

  3. Thanks so much for the ‘related articles’ mention! That is thrilling for me. And I’m delighted that this pingback has brought me to your blog. I have always enjoyed words and language. My very favorite podcast is “A Way With Words”. I learn so much, it’s entertaining and just plain fun to listen to. I’m guessing you’re quite familiar with it, but if not, make sure you give it a listen.

    • I don’t really know anything about podcasts. I guess I’m old-fashioned in that regard. But your description of your love of language is something I can relate to. Thanks for stopping by.


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