I have loved writing all my life. As a child, I was always in my room, writing whatever story that was brewing in my head at the moment. However, not everyone in my family supported my efforts. I would often hear, “You can’t make money from writing.” or “That’s just a pipe dream.” or the ever famous, “Get a real job.” I let this negativity go in one ear and out the other.
I had my first article published when I was fifteen years old. I took Journalism in college and wrote for our local paper, although neither worked out. In 2014, I took a freelance writing course from Penn Foster Career School. I followed that up with another freelance writing course in 2015. My first online article was published that year. The following year I was published by The Huffington Post and things grew from there. My work has been featured on The Penny Hoarder, Bon Bon Break, Parachute (Mapquest) and Crosswalk.
You can view my professional writing profile here or check out these samples:
How to Evaluate a Day Care Center (An Insider’s View)-The Huffington Post
Why I Became An Indie Author-She is Fierce
How I Wrote a Children’s Book: From Idea to Execution-The Horkey Handbook
Blog posts and articles on various topics.
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What my clients are saying…
Carrie Lowrance is a complete pleasure to work with – her article contributions are always on time and she has a high standard for excellence.-Gina Horkey, founder of Horkey Handbook.
I was very impressed with the level of professionalism demonstrated by Carrie while working with her. During the process, I quickly learned that her only goal was to make sure that I was happy. She did an outstanding job by offering a unique perspective on my book. I will definitely be using her in the future. – Belinda G. Buchanan, Author
Carrie was ON POINT! She delivered a solid article that I’ll be able to use for my business right away. I appreciate how quickly she produced her work and will definitely recommend her to others.-Laura Harris, LauraHarrisWrites.
Carrie knew about and understood my love of writing. She listened to my fears and self-doubts. She was aware of my hesitance with regard to all of the new technology and the new ways of doing things. She knew all of my excuses for holding myself back, but that didn’t hold Carrie back! She was there, pushing me out of my extremely well-cushioned comfort zone. She checked in on me on a regular basis, setting small manageable goals with me, and guiding me through the unfamiliar terrain of publishing in this new, electronic era.
Carrie held my hand, and walked me – sometimes in baby-steps, when necessary – through the process. She was patient, and understanding, but still persistent in lighting that much-needed fire underneath me, to help me realize my dreams.-Indigo Skye, Author of Where Were We Before We Were Born.
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