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Stephen E. Doyle jcehrlich.com

I am a Professional Writing major at Penn State University (Berks Campus). I will graduate in May 2014. I have finally decided to pursue my lifelong love of writing via a career change. I am a fulltime college student, fulltime father of two wonderful boys- 8 years and 5 months- and an avid reader of noir fiction, historical fiction and enjoy the occasional biography. I am also a freelance writer enjoying my summer internship with Rentokil (Ehrlich) in Reading, Pennsylvania as a marketing intern primarily writing for the blog sites for Rentokil and Ambius as well as content for the Rentokil (Ehrlich) website. I freelance for The Reading Eagle newspaper (Berks County, Pa) and I write for the Home Builders Association's award winning bi-monthly magazine, 'At Home In Berks'. A few of my hobbies are writing, watching and playing soccer with my 8 year-old son, watching my 8 year-old son play soccer, reading, watching old films (Kurosawa, Melville, Dasin, Wim Wenders, etc.), cooking and weekend jaunts to New York City.

The Tawny Crazy Ant Invasion

Tawny Crazy Ant

Get to know the Tawny Crazy Ant which is invading the Gulf Coast region of the United States and displacing other ant species in their wake.

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The American Cockroach: 300 Million Years Strong

American Cockroach

The deBugged blog examines the American cockroach while offering some prevention tips on how to keep this disease-spreading pest out of your home or business.

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Venomous Spiders in North America

Black Widow On Web

The deBugged blog profiles four venomous spiders that are active in North America, including the black widow and brown recluse spiders.

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5 Strange Rat Facts

5 Strange Rat Facts

From temples of rats to barbecue rats, the deBugged blog shares 5 strange rat facts that will make your spine tingle.

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Overwintering Insect Control Tips

Overwintering Pests

In the fall and winter, pests like stink bugs, boxelder bugs and asian ladybugs invade homeowners’ properties in search of shelter. Pick up some overwintering insect control tips from Ehrlich Pest Control.

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