Corporate dropout Susan Nye writes about food, family, green living and small business for magazines throughout New England. She blogs about food on Around the Table and records the year in pictures on Susan Nye 365. Susan is the woman behind the camera taking seasonal photographs for the Live to Write – Write to Live postcard header.
Lisa J. Jackson is a business writer and blogger, communications director for a NH LinkedIn Networking group with over 5,200 members; regional journalist; feature writer; and an independent editor. She is passionate about working with individuals and businesses wanting to put their best words forward.
She loves writing about anything related to do with New England (particularly New Hampshire) and enjoying life on her terms. You can follow her on Twitter or Facebook, connect with her on LinkedIn, or check out her web site, writeyourwaynh.org.
She writes fiction as Lisa Haselton and has an award-winning blog for book reviews and author interviews. She is also on the staff of The Writer’s Chatroom, a 5-time recipient of Writer’s Digest 101 Best Websites for Writers, where she gets to chat with writing professionals on a weekly basis — and you can too!
During her 20+ years in the corporate world, she obtained her MBA and then an MA in writing. She is currently a member of the mystery writers and readers organization, Sisters in Crime, and is part of the national membership committee. She is also a member and board member of Sisters in Crime New England and the New England Crime Bake conference for mystery writers and readers.
In 2007, after fifteen years in the agency world, Jamie Wallace went out on her own as a freelance writer and content marketer. She works with her clients to develop strong messaging, effective web copy, and standout content (blog posts, case studies, eBooks, etc.). She is a mom, a student of the equestrian arts, and an unapologetic book junkie. You can check out her professional side at Suddenly Marketing or on LinkedIn, and – for a more social connection – friend or follow on Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, and Instagram.
Naomi Shafer is a writer, performer, and project manager. She works for Clowns Without Borders, an organization that tours professional circus performances in refugee camps, conflict zones and refugee camps. Naomi is interested in how performance can shift power dynamics. Her written work has been performed at an array of theaters, including Actors Theatre of Louisville, Middlebury College, the New England Youth Theatre, and Peppercorn Theatre. She has dueling degrees in business, playwriting, and sociology.
I’m Wendy Thomas and am a freelance writer and Instructional Design Consultant for High-Tech Businesses. Located in Southern New Hampshire, I have over 25 years experience in the High-tech field as a Technical Writer/Instructional Designer. These days I spend my time writing articles, blogging at Simple Thrift, Savvy B2B Marketing, and here at Live to Write, Write to Live. I’m also working on a fowl manuscript.
A features writer, interviewer, and columnist, I’ve has been published in national magazines, newspapers, e-zines, and blogs. My current project is to blog about life living with 6 kids and a flock of chickens.
J.A. Hennrikus/Julianne Holmes Julianne Holmes is a mystery writer. Her Clock Shop Mystery series debuted in October 2015 with Just Killing Time. Clock and Dagger is due out in August 2016. J.A. (Julie) Hennrikus is the Executive Director of StageSource. She has had short stories published in Level Best Books anthologies: “Her Wish” in Dead Calm, “Tag, You’re Dead” in Thin Ice, “The Pendulum Swings, Until It Doesn’t” in Blood Moon. She is a huge social media fan, and tweets under @JulieHennrikus. She wrestles with allusions of athleticism, is an avid theatre goer and a proud member of Red Sox nation. Her website is jahennrikus.com. Julie is a board member of Sisters in Crime and New England Chapter of Sisters in Crime. She is also a member of Mystery Writers of America and the Guppies.
Lee Laughlin is a communicator. She loves to learn and share what she’s learned with others. She has worked as a web site designer and event planner and has now happily settled into a career as a freelance writer. She blogs at Live Fearless Lee. Her words have appeared in a broad range of publications from community newspapers to the Boston Globe. You can also find her on Twitter.
Deborah Lee Luskin is a writer, blogger and pen-for-hire. She ‘s a commentator for Vermont Public Radio, a Visiting Scholar and public speaker for the Vermont Humanities Council and the author of Into The Wilderness, an award-winning love story set in Vermont in 1964. She blogs about Vermont, where she’s lived for over thirty years, at Living In Place, and about growing up in The Middle Ages. Learn more at Deb’s website, follow her on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn.
Diane MacKinnon, MD, is a family physician, mother, Master Certified Life Coach and writer. She blogs for her life coaching business, Healing Choices. She is currently rewriting a novel she wrote for NaNo 2008, and putting in her “10,000 hours” to (try to) master the craft of writing.
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