The writers behind the blogs
Ever since she was a little girl, Emilia has loved everything about words. From the stories they create to the alternate universal escapes, words have brought her comfort and joy in the midst of chaos. This comes as no surprise as she earned a B.A in English Creative Writing.
Here at Official, she has dedicated her time as a writer to unpack the information that you and your partner will need to develop a strong, healthy, and successful relationship. Outside of Official, Emilia works on Book reviews for Sovereign Noir Publications, as well as on her official blog site Tell It Like It Is. Guess you can say she is an Ace of all trades.
Even though she has a broad range of writing skills, helping couples find their niche is something that she finds herself doing subconsciously all the time. Having been in her current relationship for seven years and other experiences in relationships, she is here to share all the knowledge that she has attained over the years.
Despite all she has learned, just like you, Emilia is not only your teacher but is learning right alongside you.
In her words, “Here is to understanding relationships together!”
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Married her high school sweetheart, and raising 4 children in always sunny Arizona. She strongly believes in Official’s mission to strengthen established connections and to promote healthy habits within relationships because finding someone is easy but keeping them is hard.
Her undergraduate degree is in Professional Writing with a concentration in the areas of multimedia journalism and technical writing. Currently, she is working on her Mental Health & Wellness Master’s certificate and in the process of applying to schools for Publishing in the Fall.
She is an intern at Langton’s International Agency and is grateful for the opportunity to learn about the publishing world. Additionally, she is a content writer for Art Dealer Street (formerly known as NY-Art News) which covers the New York City art scene. She enjoys seeing, reading, and admiring all art forms because it gives a unique view into the artist’s heart.
She has spent her whole life writing but seriously started dedicating her time to the craft about 7 years ago. After a portfolio review at her local community college, her literature professor turned into a mentor and helped plot a 3-page short story into a novel. It is currently being professionally edited in hopes that it will be beautifully crafted by the end of the year. She became a published writer in 2018. Her works appear in “Philadelphia Says: Haiku,” “Penny Fiction” published by Haunted Water Press as well as Germ Online Magazine where her short story Dreamscape Landing was the featured story in May 2018. She also wrote and maintained a blog discussing writing tips, author spotlights, and reviews as well as touched on issues of mental health in honor of a friend she lost to suicide.
Stephanie fell in love with reading and writing in grade school, and it’s a passion that has stuck with her throughout her life. It wasn’t even a question when she decided to pursue a B.A. in English, Creative Writing, and Professional & Technical Writing.
Now, Stephanie is going into her third year of her undergraduate degree at Virginia Tech, nestled in the Appalachian mountains in a town called Blacksburg. When she’s not at her “home away from home” at Tech, she resides in her hometown, Stafford, Virginia, where she was born and raised. After graduation, she hopes to pursue a Master’s degree in Library and Information Sciences and eventually become a public youth librarian.
Stephanie loves writing lifestyle pieces, as well as longer fiction pieces, and poetry. Her freshman year of college, she was a top 10 finalist for the Steger-Giovanni poetry competition at Virginia Tech. This past semester, she won first place in Virginia Tech’s Undergraduate Creative Writing Awards for poetry.
In her free time, she loves to partake in self-titled “grandma activities,” like sewing, knitting, embroidering, drinking tea, and cooking. She also loves yoga, thrifting, and doting on her dog, Tucker, and rabbit, Max.
Throughout childhood, Elizabeth never stopped asking questions. Her family referred to her as a “question mark”, for the simple reason being that she was curious about everything since the day she could speak complete sentences.
She established a strong passion for writing in high school when she found a love for journalism after taking an introductory class in 2016. There could not have been a better field for a girl who loves both writing and asking questions.
Elizabeth is enjoying her final undergraduate year at the University of Colorado Boulder and is currently in the process of completing her B.A. in journalism and minor in information science.
Outside of the office, Elizabeth is a fitness junky who would probably take you up on a workout challenge or attend a spin class with you. She has had a strong passion for music since she can remember. Elizabeth plays the guitar, drums, and flute and enjoys writing and composing her own music in her free time.
Her writing demonstrates a recollection of her ideas, thoughts, and opinions based on personal experiences and past relationships. At Official, she has dedicated her time to writing about lifestyle, travel, and the importance of celebrating every little moment in a relationship.
Travis Frey loved to tell stories as a little kid, but he never took the time to write them down. Fast-forward to 2021, Travis, who writes under his middle name — Titan, has written over 10 books with two different small press publishers, won a few book awards, and had an Amazon best-selling new release for his YA novel — A Player’s Path: A Story About Life And Football. Titan started writing in 2017 as a hobby and eventually started to self-publish books.
This led to his writing for two small press publishers. In October 2019, Titan decided he wanted to write screenplays. As of 2021, Titan has written 8 feature spec scripts, 3 shorts, and was hired to write a feature script for a client. Titan has also written script treatment on a screenplay for an indie film studio.
A few of Titan’s scripts have placed in screenwriting contests and his script — Imagine, won Best Screenplay Concept at the Flight Deck Film Festival.
After losing his “9-5” normal job from the pandemic, Titan decided to freelance and has written a few blog posts and a bunch of YouTube scripts. This prompted Titan to want to pursue a career in copywriting, and it led him to Official.
Titan has two beautiful girls, ages 4 and 7, and he’s a living kidney donor, donating his kidney to a friend in 2012.
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Amber always found herself getting lost in her imagination when it came to reading. She didn’t discover the joy of writing until her sophomore year of college. Ever since then, she has gone full force on building her portfolio, writing skills, and broadening her range.
She is now in her final year at Georgia State University pursuing a B.B.A in Marketing. She chose marketing because it includes writing and other elements that she fell in love with over time, such as social media and graphic design.
She is currently a contributing writer for Her Campus as well as a writer for College Fashionista. Even though she loves writing about fashion, beauty, and lifestyle, she’s open to trying new things.
Outside of work, Amber can be found binging the latest shows on Netflix, listening to her favorite podcast, or reading a book.
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