From riding horses to writing stories, Charli Mills is a born buckaroo wrangling words. She once won a trophy for goat-tying and later, one for story-telling.
With over two decades in freelancing, publications, sales, marketing, editing and speaking, Charli has been published in magazines, anthologies and online. See her resume to learn how a buckaroo gained such worldly experience.
Charli’s byline has appeared in Montana Outdoors, Colours Literary Magazine, Edible Twin Cities and online at USA Today. She’s published over 200 print articles and has managed the award-winning Living Naturally since 2001.
For a complete list of her writing, achievements and presentations, see her Curricula Vitae.
In 2012, Charli followed stories and sunsets west to write fiction. Her creative writing includes commercial fiction, western historical fiction, eco-fiction and shorts.
She is currently seeking representation for her professionally edited 72,000-word manuscript, Miracle of Ducks, about a reluctant war wife left behind with a trio of hunting hounds. Trouble is soon unleashed.
Charli is building a literary community at Carrot Ranch with weekly Flash Fiction Challenges open to all writers. She hosts the Congress of Rough Writers as Lead Buckaroo and curates the creative responses into a weekly compilation.
You can follow flash fiction prompts and stories at the Carrot Ranch Facebook Page or on Twitter: @Charli_Mills.
If you have cows to punch, need a strategic marketing project manager or a writer for hire, Charli’s your buckaroo. She’s uniquely qualified as a marketer and writer to provide an outfit with professional anchor content for social media, press releases and B2B communications.
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