Hey! Welcome to my site, I’m Beth.
Here’s what you can expect from my work:
Here’s what you won’t get:
Here’s how I got here:
I received an associate’s degree in Small Business Management from Nassau Community College. When I moved to Boston for love, I opened a hair salon in the financial district, using both my academic and trade abilities. While managing my ten employees, I also worked for Zotos International as a salon educator and back stage assistant at trade shows.
At 28, I sold my beauty business to stay home with my first child, and started to focus on writing again. I wasted no time, and wrote a novel. It was a beginner piece but a complete one, so I was inspired to continue. I then went on to write short stories, poetry, and personal essays.
As much as I loved writing, I was consistently drawn back to business, and connecting people in need of each other’s services. I continued to write, staying involved in writing groups.
In 2005 I began working for Art Matters, an art awareness organization that provides art presentations to groups. Explaining what artists are trying to say with visual language, through color, line and shape, has heightened my understanding of different communication forms.
Feeling the love:
Where can you read my writing?
~ In The Dying Dahlia Review , an online review that chose to publish my flash fiction story. Then they nominated that story for the 2017 Pushcart Prize in flash fiction, which was a huge honor.
~ Presently, I invest my free time in the SheBreathes Balance and Wellness Studio, as the art gallery director, writing instructor, and a volunteer advisor in the SheBreathes Inner Circle. You can read a blog I wrote for them here.