Writers collect and build a portfolio via multiple venues. We write articles for newspapers and magazines. Perhaps we publish content on websites for ourselves and others. We submit to contests, pitch non-fiction book proposals, and self-publish. It takes massive diligence and hard work to build your place in the world of authors. Writing credits are imperative!
Writer’s Digest Short Short Story Award, 2018
What fun to win a place in a super short story contest. Especially one inspired by a photograph taken in Wales.
Waiting for you to take one on a trip & fill it with your adventure memories! There are three versions of my travel journals available—one is bound to be perfect for you.
This is my first self-publishing efforts. We rack up author credits putting our good writing out into the universe. You help by buying and reviewing our work! The books include blog excerpts and the writer’s book includes thumbnail photographs of places I’ve been.
Cook’s Country Lost Recipes Contest
Published in “From Our Grandmothers’ Kitchens“
It was such fun to win a place in this cookbook. Especially with a story about my beloved grandparents Griffith. They would be proud to have helped me garner this writing credit!
It’s a treat to be published in any venue for my writing about Montana. I love the state, the town I lived in (Red Lodge), and exploring there. Read a little of why I love the place.
“Town of Red Lodge,” published online at Red Lodge Rental Properties, and in Montana Dreams Magazine
“Travel Tips,” published online at Red Lodge Rental Properties.
“Red Lodge, MT, Christmas Stroll,” published in Montana Dreams Magazine
“I love the darkness,” winning poem, York College of Pennsylvania, Bob Hoffman Writing Competition, 1979.
Selected to attend Pennsylvania Governor’s School for the Arts, Writing concentration, 1977.