Publisher Jennifer Chesak, is a freelance adventure writer, editor and ghostwriter. Since receiving her Master of Science in Journalism from Northwestern’s Medill School or Journalism, she’s covered a wild gamut: bank robberies with ensuing high-speed chases, cross-country motorcycle adventures, free dives with sharks, fishing excursions at remote northern outposts and simply must-try crazy cuisine and cocktails. Click here to read her articles in Runner’s World, Women’s Running, Trail Runner, Motorcycle Cruiser, Baggers, Lund, Whaler and Sea Ray Living magazines and Field & Stream online. Jennifer’s 7.5-years experience as the managing editor at a publishing firm, helped her prepare for the launch of her own independent publishing press, where she helps authors get their manuscripts into the hands of the masses. Her no-nonsense approach to sentence structure, plot and character development combined with her marketing prowess, make Wandering in the Words Press the writer’s go-to house for editor, agent and publisher. Jennifer believes writing in any form and at any age is a powerful self-development tool that can prompt healing and facilitate the ongoing process of discovering and rediscovering one’s self. She is passionate about helping others grasp the writer within and achieve the satisfaction of creative thinking and production. In addition to serving as faculty on Middle Tennessee State University’s Writer’s Loft Program, Jennifer also teaches writing workshops near her home in East Nashville and at select locations around the country. When she’s not tethered to pen and notebook, she can be found training for her next marathon or working on her next landscaping project.