Nicole is a writer and social media maven. As a Georgia peach spreading the word about small businesses, style, the southern way of life, and everything in between, she knows the importance of voice & strategy. Nicole's written work spans several print and digital magazines ranging from small business and style features to ghost writing and blogging while her social media knowledge has landed her countless consulting opportunities. Her skills include but are not limited to blogging, feature writing, promotional writing, copy-editing, and social media consulting & upkeep.
Nicole adheres strictly to deadlines, understands the importance of writing with personality, and prides herself on being a grammatical snake. She holds a bachelor of science in Secondary Education & English-Literature from Spring Hill College, a master’s degree in Reading from Mercer University, and a specialist degree in Instructional Technology from the University of West Georgia. Past social media clients include Julie Bee's, TuLi Designs, Fig & Flower, Camellia Place, Metro Appraisals, Calibeth Kids, Spotlight on Art, & No Mas! Cantina.
Apart from professional accolades, Nicole believes in preserving the past, monogrammed linens, the healing power of chocolate, fresh flowers in mint julep cups, glass-bottle Cokes, Augusta National pimento cheese, & of course, a sweet southern accent. She currently resides in Atlanta with her husband and their Jack Russell terrier mix, Ryan (who is quite the maven herself).
Here you will find samples of her work, as well as services that she offers. If you are a small business looking to improve and broaden your social media reach, add a blog to your site, or showcase written and visual content that will capture visitors' attentions, you have found the write gal for you.
Lives in Atlanta, the hub of the South // Writes from the heart; to read her is to know her // Prefers sightseeing to beach lounging // Adores fresh flowers & monogrammed linens // Sips French 75s with lemon twists // Noshes well-curated cheese plates // Collects antique silver; buttercup is her pattern of choice // Appreciates a hand-written note over email // Peruses old copies of Southern Living for classic recipes & effortless style // Wanders through flea markets hoping for the next great find // Wears a lot of polka dots.