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“Start writing, no matter what. The water does not flow until the faucet is turned on.”

— Louis L’Amour

As a writer.

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Heather Earles

My professional writing journey began in 2015 when I started working on my first novel, To Know Her Calling. Since then, I have published multiple books and currently write as a journalist for two newspapers, and my blog. I write a lot of diverse material, but my specialties include Investigative Journalism, Health, Organic Farming, including recipes and canning, and Inspiration. A few other of my specialties are:

  • Military
  • Intentional living
  • Fiction
  • Children’s books
  • Biographies

I can create content for a business, ghostwrite your project you’ve put on hold, or write to order for special projects. Here are some work samples:

A Few Good Men and the Military ‘In’-Justice System” (Freelance writing)

“A Frightening View From the Sky” (Wishek Star)

“A Story of Overcoming Hurdles- Hunter Pinke” (Wishek Star)

“A Life Well Lived- Harold Krueger” (Wishek Star)

Laying a Foundation Brick by Brick” February 1, 2019 (The Times Record)

“Prisoner Within” (a fiction written by Heather Earles)

“A Busy Morning on the Farm” (a children’s book written by Heather Earles)

Living Natural and Organic” (The Times Record)

Using Fresh and Dried Herbs (Blog)

November 3 Election Overview” (Ashley Tribune)

Wishek welcomes two faculty members” (Wishek Star)

“100 Quotes For The Good Times And Bad” (Smashwords)

“A Guide To Identifying The Most Common Herbs” (Smashwords)

As a speaker.

My speaking career started in 2017. Since that time, I’ve spoken during school classes to encourage students to follow their dreams and critiqued writing projects. I’ve also spoken at book clubs, women’s retreats, and book signings. In addition to writing, I can talk about any of the topics mentioned earlier — and then some.

As a teacher/coach.

I believe writing can change lives or destroy them, so facts are crucial to each story’s success and credibility. Your opinion should not change the facts of a story unless writing an opinion article or fiction. Regardless of what you read from others, keep the facts in mind.