Elizabeth holds a B.A. in English from Kansas State University with a cum laude GPA and a concentration in American literature. She has been writing professionally since 2004. Her poetry has appeared in a literary anthology, she's been a ghostwriter in numerous settings, and her first book was released in August 2020 called Halfway There: Lessons at Midlife.
Elizabeth left corporate America in 2020 after serving as a managing editor and head of marketing content. She now works independently to help clients improve the quality and effectiveness of their writing, storytelling, and digital content. She is also a reader for the Baltimore Review, is in the early stages of launching her own publishing company, and has two additional books in progress.
Elizabeth writes about the things that are close to her heart, the experiences she has had in life, and the beauty that can be found in the natural world. She mostly pens creative nonfiction, essays, poetry, and memoir.
Halfway There: Lessons at Midlife
This is a book of stories that are meant to help readers make sense of their own lives. Most readers have categorized it as self-help, as it was designed, but it is also a memoir.