I have written a number of articles over the years, often ghostwriting for others. I love taking the ideas and opinions of individuals or brands and bringing their stories to life. Click on the image for an article focused on architectural design and disability.
Whether guest writing blog posts, ghostwriting them for others, or writing my own; telling short but profound stories is a challenge I willingly accept. Click on the image to read my guest blog post, Broken but Beautiful. For more samples, click here.
A 500-mile wheelchair journey through Spain led to many opportunities for my best friend, Justin Skeesuck, and me. From fulfilling a dream of writing a book, to writing copy for websites, I get to use my gift of writing every single day. Click on the image to view my work on the I'll Push You website, or click here to see my work on the business page for Push Inc.
Lead Author of I'll Push You
As the lead author of the bestselling memoir, I'll Push You, storytelling is no stranger to me. A 500-mile wheelchair journey, coupled with a lifetime of friendship with co-author Justin Skeesuck, led to this incredible book! I'll Push You was an opportunity to show people new ideas and challenge old ways of thinking through the power of storytelling.
Author of The Push: A Story of Friendship
Writing a bestselling children's book was a dream come true. Having been raised on powerful stories like The Giving Tree and Oh, The Places You'll Go!, I wanted to offer a literary piece for children and adults to read together. The Push is a story celebrating differences and demonstrating that we all have amazing things to offer the world regardless of our circumstances.
Creating Educational Content
Creating and writing the content for Push: An Exploration of Life, Friendship, and Faith provided me the opportunity to combine writing copy for the study with the creation of activities that bolster the content. Writing to challenge people's conventional ideas while offering a new perspective is a personal favorite.