Author. Teacher. Coach. Counselor. Therapist. Mother. Wife. Friend. Daughter. Sister. Pet Mother. Human. Not in any particular order. Sometimes all at the same time.
Here is where I blog about writing and mental health, which, if you are a writer, you understand the connection.
A former high school English teacher, Hannah has owned The Write Touch for 13 years and offers a variety of tutoring and coaching services for clients of ALL ages. From essays to resumes and website content to manuscript analysis, Hannah can help with all writing projects.
Hannah has an M.Ed in School Counseling and is a Rhode Island Certified teacher for grades 7-12. She assists in the college application process, including SAT prep and writing the college application essay. She has worked with graduate students and PHd candidates and also offers career counseling to those just starting out in their chosen field as well as seasoned folks seeking a change.
Hannah the writer and publisher
A YA and NA author, Hannah is the founder and editor of Sucker Literary, which features emerging YA authors, and the founder of All The Way YA, a group blog of writers telling the real deal about writing and publishing YA fiction.
Hannah's YA novel, My Sister’s Wedding, won the first place award for The Writer’s Digest International Self-Publishing Contest, 2004, children’s book division. She published the follow-up, My Summer Vacation, in May 2006, which went on to win a bronze IPPY in 2007. The third Maddie book, Fear of Falling was released in the fall of 2009 and was praised by teachers and readers for tackling subjects like homophobia and coming out. She’s published young adult short stories on Amazon’s Shorts, in an anthology entitled Bound Is The Bewitching Lilith, and in the journal Balancing The Tides. She also has written columns for The Jewish Voice & Herald.
Hannah is moments away from a C.A.G.S. in Mental Health Counseling from Rhode Island College. Finally she will become a licensed psychotherapist. Many of her friends, family, and clients are saying, "It's about time."