10 Ways Your Small Business Needs a Freelance Writer
Businesses, small business owners, and website managers hire me to create all types of written content. If you’ve never hired a freelancer before you may be wondering what we do and why you need us. Continue reading
If Your Life Feels Like it’s ‘Missing Something,’ September’s Got a GIFT for You
Do you ever feel like there’s something missing in your life? Or that you don’t always feel on top of your game? Maybe you’re like me – out here hustling your way through the gig economy, which brings a certain level of stress, along with the freedom of working for yourself. Or maybe – you’re… Continue reading
Excavating a Poem
a free verse poem celebrating the process Excavating a Poem Some, a breath exhaled slowly into life-giving words. Some, an excavation with bristles firm, then soft and careful. Some, roots gnarled and half-buried we trip over them and follow them to trees. Some, grains of sand to be gathered and shaped into delicate mounds washed… Continue reading
Swallow Me Whole
a poem of Contemplation Beneath this earthso many souls. In this groundright where I stand,my bare-heeled ache on the grit;do they linger here? Do their solemn hazes pass me by as my breath drifts meone day to the next?Am I aware ofthat chill, that pressure in the airshifting, disturbing,a moaning whisper to myhuman ears?Does it shift me? I turned on… Continue reading
Being Vulnerable in your Writing
sometimes–this is a good thing There is a fine line in writing between being vulnerable, open, honest and being over-exposed. We walk this line, a tightrope of credibility with a chasm of wide-mouthed readership, an ocean of clappers below us, waiting to give us feedback. What if that feedback is in thought? The thought that… Continue reading
Medium is a Great Way to get Your Poetry Noticed
Here’s how! Hiya Fiddleheads! (That’s what I call my writer friends these days–out there nurturing your dreams and rising in the sun!) If you are interested in promoting your poetry, your articles, your photography, then this is the post for you. Where have I been lately? I have been on Medium, making a little money… Continue reading
Selling Your Writing for Pennies
Starting somewhere hurts the heart a little bit Let’s face it; Writers do NOT get paid their worth. In light of my current health situation, I have not been working for the past few years. I rely on peddling craft items occasionally, and mostly on selling myself as a writer…for pennies. But we have to… Continue reading
I am Writing a Book!
And it is kicking my butt Writing a Book Takes A Lot Out of You! Some of you all know, who are loyal followers of my blog, that I have been very busy writing a book. The idea formed when I was fresh out of college in 2007 and has not left my mind since.… Continue reading
Writing a Book IS WORK
It’s not for the faint of heart or the weak of resolve My father always told me: To be a success you either need to do something no one else wants to do, or do something everyone else wants to do and do it better than everyone else. –My Dad Yikes. Take one look at… Continue reading
Christina M. Ward is an author and freelance writer from the beautiful state of NC where she resides with her two furbabies. She’s edited over 50 poetry collections from around the world, published three of her own, and is working on her second novel. Purchase Christina’s Books Here: AMAZON
Through Christina’s poetry editorial work she quickly gained support for her talents, propelling her into a full-time career in professional writing services for companies around the world. Christina formed Fiddleheads & Floss Writing Services in 2019. In just a few short years, through FFWS, Christina has developed a reputation for delivering high-quality content for health, wellness, clean beauty, and international CBD brands.
Today, Christina works with companies all over the world to provide voice-driven copy for their websites and blogs.