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Being a journalist

No two days are ever the same, while there may be a certain routine to checking social media, embargoing posts and checking emails, one day you could be learning how to ice cupcakes and the next talking to a man who lost his 24 year old wife to cervical cancer. 463 more words


#WCW: We're crushing on award winning journalist, Monique Mortlock.

Monique Mortlock is a breath of fresh air and by far one of the most genuine people out there. There’s no pretense, it all comes naturally. 364 more words

Hooray! Journalism Awards Announced

I’m pleased to relay that I’ve received a few different awards for both solo work and collaborative journalism projects. UW-Milwaukee’s Pow Wow Has Deep American Indian Roots… 87 more words

Learning Journalism: Getting Paid for my Blog Post

There was going to be a story about an antique bookstore posted here the other week, but instead it ended up on the Dallas Observer website. 540 more words


#BlogTour: Dark Waters by Mary Jane Riley @mrsmjriley @KillerReads

Today I am delighted to be taking part in the blog tour for the latest release from author Mary-Jane Riley, Dark Waters and thanks to the author and publishers, Killer Reads, for inviting me to join the tour. 1,957 more words

Crime, Thrillers And Mystery

Gillmor Chapter 5

In Chapter 5, Principles of Trustworthy Media Creation, by Dan Gillmor, his fifth point, “Think Independently” struck gold with me. I think it’s important as not only a journalist but as a reader to have your own thoughts and ideas. 299 more words