Roxie Who?

cropped head shot March 2013

Roxie Hanna grew up in a family printing and publishing business, learning as much as her young mind could tuck away. Although she followed a teaching call, she found freedom as a freelance ghostwriter. Moving from there to editor, and then publisher, she completes the circle as a publishing consultant as she assists others toward their professional goals.

Additionally, Roxie works with small businesses as a certified coach, contributes at critique groups, speaks at seminars, and teaches workshops, covering a range of topics: business startups, growth strategies, social media market tips and trends, book publishing options, and career writing.

As a volunteer, Roxie serves both national associations and local groups:, SCORE, First Book, South Carolina Writer’s Workshop, Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, and York County Literacy Council.

Working at home, Roxie continues to write, adding to her credits, which include information posts, Q & A presentations, and print/online articles, children’s books, and adult works (poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and self-help pieces).

A long-time cat rescuer, and self-proclaimed #crazycatlady, Roxie has come to terms with sharing her desk with four fuzzy felines who often inspire dialogue, though most of her conversations are with her husband. A photography novice, she confesses to snapping pictures of her new grandchildren; but who can blame her?

If you would like to contact Roxie with a question, or are interested in scheduling a speaking venue (virtual or in person), please email her roxiewriter(at)live(dot)com with your question/topic in the subject line.




108 thoughts on “Roxie Who?

  1. Hi there Roxie!

    Wow, you look like one busy bee! Very glad about your visit to the Cove🙂 Freja says thanks for the compliments! I forwared them to the little princess she is…

    I hope to see you around again soon! Bring the kitties along, we’ll have a cat-party! Hehehehehe

  2. Ho Roxie… Thanks for stopping by my blog and bringing me here🙂 Just read your Bathroom humor! I liked it much🙂 I read that you’re a publishing consultant… I am myself a writer (Indian) attempting over and over again to get my maiden novel published. Do you think you can help me? Thank you🙂

  3. Greetings from a land far away Roxie,
    I really enjoyed reading through your blog and admire that you are trying to create a place where people can express themselves creatively. Great idea,Take great care and wishing you all the best on your life’s journey.
    God bless

  4. Hello Roxie,

    Happy New Year to you. May 2013 bring you more love, happiness, and success. Thank you for keep following my blog. I hope my blog posts do not disappoint.

    Many blessings and much love to you.. 🙂

    Subhan Zein

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  6. Hi Roxie. I love your blog. You have a busy life. I have been writing for fifty years not seriously just for fun. But I’m interested in the Paranormal and a lot of my poems reflect my interest. It’s great when my work is liked. Thank you for liking ‘The lorry’ I hope we can keep in touch. I’m in the process of writing A Ghost story stage play. Best Wishes, Malctg. The Foureyed Poet

    • Aw, hey, it’s a passion, so I”m thrilled to be doing what I love. I shall keep in touch, malctg, or if I may call you TFP? Good luck with your writing, it’s very good, can’t wait to read more😉

  7. Hi Roxie- Thank you for following my blog. Time seems to be compressed lately. I awake today feeling so grateful for my life and all its’ blessings. Blog-pals are important to me.

  8. Hello Roxie,

    You have a nice blog up here. Please keep spreading the joy!🙂

    Thank you very much for following my blog. I hope I don’t disappoint you and that your visits in my blog have been and will always be a joyful ride.🙂

    Thank you again and lovely day to you!🙂

    Subhan Zein

    • thanks Subhan! Glad to hear that you’re enjoying your visits, I love company, thanks so much for hanging around. BTW I am enjoying your blog – very joyful🙂

    • you are most welcome, thanks for returning the favor…really enjoyed your work, I’ll be back! I appreciate your kind words about my blog😉

  9. hahah – I love that last question about agents – wouldn’t that be nice? I should have been an agent. They seem to be much more in demand than writers these days.

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  11. Roxie, thank you for a lovely comment on my blog – through which I have (now) discovered yours! What a humble spirit you have! Thanks for compiling brilliant material on your blog. Keep in touch! Cheers…

    • One of my fav pics from a nearby lake, thanks for the comps about the interview…so many writers with great stories to tell!
      Right! Well, they still need work, lol, you guys are a fab critique group – I want it jess-right😉 before I let you seasoned folk here some of them!

  12. Thank you for posting so many opportunities for writers – can’t imagine the research you do! But it’s time for you to come out of the background and shine, my friend! 😉

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