Pfeiffer University Interviews Elizabeth Carlton About Her Writing Career
Recently, I had the chance to chat with my alma mater (Pfeiffer University) about my writing career and how I evolved in ways that not only expanded my capabilities but also kept me relevant in a rapidly changing industry.
Pfeiffer was an amazing college experience for me (and no, this isn’t a paid promotion). Looking back, I find myself truly valuing my experiences there. I had personal connections with professors that had a significant influence on my confidence, my skill sets and my career, some of which I’m still in touch with today. I really loved that little campus and everything it offered, and I’m truly honored that they wanted to interview me as one of their alumni stories.
Elizabeth Carlton is an author and freelance writer whose byline has graced local, national, and online publications since 2008. Her books include The Royal Rogue and Chivalry's Code and Lost Prince of Nevaharday.
When she isn't composing novels, Carlton works with a vast array of businesses and clients through her copywriting and editing services.