Elizabeth’s writing accomplishments began after she submitted a short piece to a local newspaper when she was in Junior High. That weekend she found her work published in the newspaper and she knew it would be the first endeavor of a lifetime.
In 1994, a lesson plan was picked up by a Christian children’s program for one of their annual program planners. Elizabeth’s freelance writing career began with that lesson plan and continued with several magazines publishing articles she submitted since that time. Magazines include The Lookout, Kid’s Ties online newsletter, Baptist Bulletin, Christian Communicator as well as Today’s Christian with Stacey’s Legacy (www.Christianity.com/11622542).
Elizabeth branched out her writing with articles on a regular basis to Union Gospel Press/Gospel Herald and Sunday School Times as well as Sunday School curriculum for many ages over a seven year period. These published works were “on assignment” on a regular basis each requiring specific deadlines.
In Spring of 2002, Elizabeth began her journalism career at the Owosso Argus Press as a contributing writer. Events, political and school monthly meetings as well as relevant news for her community through 2006. Photography of the events was also required as well as writing for the newspaper with weekly deadlines.
Since 2008, Elizabeth began writing for The Independent Newspaper Group as lead writer for over nine cities in Shiawassee County. Throughout Elizabeth’s journalism career she continued freelancing as she completed three novels. Her first novel, Under the Windowsill, is now available a www.amazon.com.