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First Name Michele B.
Last Name Moon
Member Since August 29, 2013
Email michele@michelemoon.com
Branch Affiliation Member at Large (no branch affiliation)
Website www.michelemoon.com
Bio Michele B. Moon, author, was awarded a full academic scholarship based upon scholastic excellences, athleticism, and writing abilities from Washington College, Chestertown, MD, receiving her Bachelor of Arts Degree in English Literature, Pre-law, and History. She is a member of the Omicron Delta Kappa National Collegiate Honor Society, and was selected to serve as Intern for the Maryland General Assembly under Senator Walter Baker. She became an editor and journalist early on during high school, and college serving as Advertising Manager and Chief News Reporter for The Elm, as well as proof-reader and clerical assistant for the Physics Department textbook by Dr. John Baxter. During her college years, Michele was a member of The Writers' Union, The All Campus Judiciary, and The Student Government Association. Michele has been writing ever since: as an Advertising and Chief Copywriter for NBC Broadcasting, Freelance Journalist, to Children's Literature. She has been employed in the legal, marketing, and advertising fields. In addition to raising her family, Michele Moon is CFO/Vice President of Moon Services/Moon Air, Inc., having just celebrated 30 years in business, along with her husband, Steve. They have been featured on the cover of "Compass Magazine," and in "The News" trade magazine numerous times, as leaders in the HVAC Industry, as well as The Cecil Whig, for charitable and community services. She has taken her company to radio and television advertising, creating copy and directing script and illustration, to full animation, along the way. She was featured in a Delmarva Broadcasting radio advertisement for "Women in History" this March, 2017. "Cheers to all the brave women who helped make this world a better place!" Michele belongs and contributes to various business, community, and writer organizations on a local and international level. An artist and harpist, Michele studies privately at The Peabody Conservatory of Music. Michele looks forward to seeing her first of many historical literary manuscripts published, "Pushthrough: Ship's Wake" set upon the Grand Banks, Newfoundland at the turn of the Twentieth Century during the reign of George V, the Sailor King-- early on touching the heart of WWI from a young dory fisherman's point of view. Life was based upon survival of the fittest for the dory fishermen, and change was interwoven as intrinsically as the tides. It is a time when commercial and military sea passage marked Newfoundland on the map during numerous pioneering feats, especially the cod fishing frenzy--the North Atlantic's "gold."
Publications Freelance Writer/Journalist for The Cecil Whig, and The Guardian, The Mariner, also Advertising Copy-writer and Director for www.moonairinc.com
Other Memberships Edith Wharton's The Mount, The Maryland Writers' Association, and The Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, and The American Harp Society.
Genres Academic, Autobiography, Biography & Memoir, Childrens Books, Comics & Graphic Novels, Educational, Fiction, Freelance, History, Nonfiction, Parenting, Politics & Social Science, Religion & Spirituality, Young Adult
Available For Readings, Presentations, Workshops, Book Club Meetings, Speaking Engagements
Services Offered Book Reviews, Copywriting, Corporate Writing, Editing, Freelance Writing, Promotional Copy, Research, Scriptwriting & Screenwriting, Storytelling, Web Content