- American Institute of Certified Public AccountantsMembership Marketing, 2009 - present
- The Book Faery ReviewsFreelance Writer, Online Media Marketing Consultant, Book Reviewer, & Book Tour Banner Designer, 2008 - present
- Sprint NextelTechnical Program Manager II, 2007 - 2008
Farrah (aka The Book Faery) is a HS sweetheart mom of 3 in her mid-30s, who’s addicted to fiction and technology. She reads all the time all over the place, loves the smell of old books, and is a hardback book freak. She’s been a book blogger of The Book Faery Reviews since February 2007. When she’s not reading, working on some techie project, or working her daytime marketing job, she’s promoting books and authors at The Book Faery Reviews or hanging out with family and friends.
- Strayer UniversityBusiness Mgmt - Marketing, present
- Apex High School (Apex,NC)
- Saint Mary's School (Raleigh,NC)
- Crossy Road
- Clash of Clans
- Cooking Fever
- Horse Haven
- Injustice:Gods Among Us
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Usually when I create a character, I take a little bit of this, a little bit of that, and mix it together to get just the right person I need for the kind of book I am writing. It’s like choosing the ingredients for a cooking recipe. First you decide what you are going to make: a main course, a side dish, or a dessert. You gather the main ingredients: meat, flour, pasta, vegetables, whatever the recipe requires; add the spices; and mix it all together to get the perfect dish. With characters, what do I draw those main ingredients from? Like most authors, I am always on the lookout for interesting people. I am an avid observer and listener. I study people’s qualities, what makes them like other people, and what makes them different.
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