Hello. I’m Beth.

My forever-love is writing. The graceful, honest, relevant kind. Good writing moves people. Enlightens them. Connects them. Changes them in significant ways.

That’s why, after decades in the agency business, I formed Beth.LLC, a solo communications practice focused on mission-critical writingor content, as we often call it now. I help smart, socially responsible organizations advance their goals through sound, research-informed business thinking; creative problem-solving; meaningful connections; and brilliant, insightful prose.

You may be interested to know, Beth.‘s work with global brands and small- and mid-sized innovators has produced stunning results for clients and has been repeatedly recognized on the national stage.

I encourage you to ask people who have worked with me what they think. Or better yet, let’s meet!

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To Read or Not to Read…. What Would You Do?

Book clubs are slippery slopes. They start off in one direction and then slowly evolve into something else. And pretty soon, you find yourself reading books you have absolutely zero interest in. And the stack of books you do want to read just keeps getting higher and wider. I’ve taken a few approaches to this […]

Kids’ Writing Camp…Anyone?

Loved this piece in the Trib yesterday. It’s calling me to start a children’s story telling camp or writing workshop of some type. But would anyone choose writing over fishing or baseball or soccer? I could incorporate art, photography, hikes, and so much more. Parents, please provide some insight. What age would be best? How […]

Sad Truth About Popular Quotations

John Carroll University students’ faces looked pained when I told them to take all the quotations off their resumes and out of their portfolios. “OK, one,” I conceded. “But make sure it represents you well and that it’s real.” Yes, real. Because often they aren’t, or at least are not accurately attributed. And then this […]