Do you need a writer?
Your written content is a reflection of you and your brand. It can both create connections with your audience and effectively market you and your services or products. My specialty is writing creative, interesting copy that tells a story, including:
- Blog posts
- Website copy
- Marketing/PR copy
- Print and web articles
Sara Rowe Mount is a writer with experience writing for national and niche print publications and the web. She first indulged her curiosity for learning, creating, and the written word by obtaining a BA in English Writing and History and a MA in Children’s Literature. She also has taught creative writing, literacy, history, and self esteem workshops and summer camps in a variety of settings including non-profits, art centers, and schools.
“Sara was self motivated, took initiative, worked independently, and I trusted that she would handle any issues that came up. As Managing Editor she managed and worked with interns and writers as well as wrote articles herself. She edited articles, monitored website message boards, updated content, managed social networking websites, and assisted with marketing and PR efforts. I would recommend Sara to other employers and would be happy to work with her again.”
–MJ Reale, Founder of Girlzone.com
“Sara was a key writer for my Girlie Girl Shop monthly E-newsletter and I couldn’t have kept it together without her. She consistently dished out creative, thoughtful, and trendy articles that fit the “girlie girl” theme. Considering how busy I was, it was great to have someone take charge and provide what I needed most with very little instruction. I trusted Sara would get the job done in a timely manner. And to top it all off, Sara wrote and submitted a wonderful article on my business that was featured in an inspirational girls magazine. She is a great asset to any small business.”
–Merieta Bayati, CEO of Girlie Girl Enterprises
“As a regular contributor for over six years, Sara was part of Kiki Magazine’s editorial family. She delivered high-quality, interesting pieces on topics ranging from fashion blogging to sibling rivalry, and from university costume collections to managing stress. Her engaging and crisp writing was always at the right level for the audience, and her work reflected her respect for the topic, subject, and reader alike. A versatile contributor willing to tackle almost any topic, Sara was an editor’s dream—reliable, talented, creative, and great to work with.”
–Jamie Bryant, founder and publisher Kiki Magazine
Interested in my services? Contact me to start the conversation.