My Story

When my fifth grade teacher selected my story to read in front of the class, I knew I was going to be a writer. All through school I wrote poetry and, what I called vignettes, now called flash fiction. I wasn’t encouraged to chase writing as a profession, so I chased after the “good job.” Even if the job had nothing to do with writing, I figured out a way to sneak it in by volunteering to write letters, newsletter copy, website copy, blog posts, thank you notes, social media captions and marketing campaigns, fundraising letters – anything that would allow me to put words on a page.

Reading poetry.
Reading Poetry

Like any good writer worth their pen, I love reading and learning. Every writing project I was able to take on, I studied the best practices for that writing form. I practiced my craft until it became clear to me that I could no longer deny that I am a writer. From poetry to prose, from project reports to Instagram captions, I am a writer.

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