Sharon specializes in a variety of topics relevant to her background and has written articles, marketing copy, press releases, web page content, and business blogs
Sharon blogs about culture and beliefs. She also writes fiction, essays, and poetry. Her interests outside of writing include hiking in the Appalachian Mountains with her dog, as well as photography, sewing, and reading.
MA in Business Education and Educational Administration
Oral Roberts University - Impact, TX
Sharon has worked in early childhood education settings as a reading aide for K-5 students, a recreational day camp director, a daycare teacher for three- and four-year-olds, and served for three years as the youth services coordinator for a public library. She has completed numerous writing projects on parenting, child development, and education for both online and offline publications.
Sharon has worked with a non-profit literacy initiative, Tales with Tails, to bring therapy dogs into libraries. She also has experience fostering dogs and coordinating with rescue organizations. She has worked as a pet-sitter, caring for dogs, cats, and even a gecko. She has written web articles on pet care, grooming, food, and breed characteristics for a variety of clients.
Sharon helps realtors and real estate companies connect with potential clients by providing engaging, accessible information. Whether it’s a casual neighborhood guide or an in-depth, granular market analysis, her work delivers information the end-user needs to make informed decisions about the real estate market.
Sharon has created web pages for an independent bookstore, a public library, and a variety of other businesses and organizations. Her content is laid out in a way that reads intuitively for the end user while meeting the needs of the client.
Sharon has provided web content for local non-profit organizations and businesses, as well as online clients. She has written for the book review and special events pages of an independent bookstore’s website, and has created promotional content for a library’s website.
Her press releases catch the reader’s eye and maintain interest while succinctly providing all the relevant details.