A professional writer since 2001, Angie Pedersen has covered a variety of topics, specializing in Business-to-Business (B2B) marketing issues, based on her eight years' experience working in the scrapbooking and publishing industries. Her expertise has been featured in both consumer and trade magazines, including columns in Craftrends, MemoryTrends, and Creative Retailer.
Pedersen is the author of The Book of Me: A Guide to Scrapbooking about Yourself, Growing Up Me: A Guide to Scrapbooking Your Child’s Stories
, and The Book of US: A Guide to Scrapbooking about Relationships
. Since creating her first scrapbooking layout in 1997, her vastly improved work has appeared in eight nationally recognized magazines. Signed copies of her books are available at The Book of Me Shop
Angie Pedersen, a self-identified "early adopter", has a passion for all things "new media", proven by her multiple blogs, overflowing RSS reader, and active social network adventures (see "Other Accounts" links above).
Pedersen lives in Kansas City with her husband and two children. Once she gets rich and famous, she'll hire an assistant, a maid, and a masseuse, but until then, she does her own cooking, dishes, and endless sibling refereeing.
Pedersen is available for interviews, and as an expert resource on scrapbooking and blogging.
The Blog of Me
Musings of shamelessly self-centered scrapbooker & writer. This blog focuses primarily on scrapbooking ideas and resources, intended to make life and writing easier, more productive, and more meaningful.
The Scrappy Marketer blog
This blog provides resources for helping small businesses, particularly scrapbooking businesses, get noticed. Posts address such topics as press releases, media kits, grassroots marketing, effective web content, blog marketing, Virtual Book Tours, and copywriting.
Pedersen contributes a weekly post to this blog which covers "crafts inspired by all things geek". She frequently includes crafts related to Star Trek and Firefly, two of her favorite geek empires.
marketing, my kids, podcasts & podcasting, my geek husband, girl talk, movies, reading, writing, scrapbooking, blogging, computers, crochet & knitting