When I was little I and I couldn’t sleep, I would make up stories to go with the pictures in my storybooks. So when I say I’ve always wanted to be a storyteller, I’m not exaggerating. I’ve learned that there are a lot of different ways and styles to tell stories and the most important part is figuring out the right one for the impact you wish to make. Whether it’s a tweet, a suspenseful story, an article, a white paper or a list, it’s all about craft.
Currently I write for my company’s corporate blog.
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- This Week’s Reads: Trying not to overdo the journalism news and the best story yet about #thedress
- Media Monday: House of Cards finally shows some fair journalists
- This Week’s Reads: Psst… They aren’t about llamas or #thedress
- An Awkward Girl’s Guide to Being Decent on the Internet
- Media Monday: A serious turn for Academy Awards coverage
- This Week’s Reads: You’ll cry, you’ll laugh and then you’ll cry again
- An Awkward Girl’s Guide to Creative Brainstorming
- Media Monday: On Creating a Legacy and David Carr
- This Week’s Reading: A big week for news and a lot of Brian Williams
- Virtual pilgrimage to Lourdes Nominations for Catholic Charities highlights annual disabilities retreat
- St. Edward Parish pantry honored as county food bank’s agency of year
- Sondra’s Garden dedicated with butterfly release
- Speaker inspires Seton Hill graduates
- “Carnival Ride” was published in Eye Contact’s Fall 2013 issue.
- “The Perfect Paragraph,” a piece of flash fiction, was published in Eye Contact’s Fall 2013 issue.
- “Summer Camp” was published in Eye Contact’s Spring 2013 issue.
- “Nightmares and Real Life,” a piece of flash fiction, was published by Fiction 365 on May 12, 2012.
- “Death of the Author” was published in Eye Contact‘s Spring 2012 issue.
- “Tonight” and “The End” were published at Milk Sugar in their October/November issue.