About Plan Q and ELIZABETH DOUGHERTY freelance writing

Welcome to Plan Q! This is where I jot it all down, sum it all up, and get it all out of my head.

On most days, trying to balance all the necessary elements of life, all the spinning plates, whips me right past plan A, and usually past plans B and C pretty fast, too.  Plan Q may be theoretical, but it’s become a title, a mantra, and a more than okay place to end up.

Plan Q chronicles real-life experiences and viewpoints — funny, stressful, traumatic, mundane, and astounding — and how they all tie together to define our lives. I hope these pieces make you laugh, cry, think, feel, and wonder. That’s what reading and writing do for me, and if I can pass on any of it, then all the twists and turns that land me at Plan Q are more than worth it!

Elizabeth Dougherty is a freelance writer in Chester County, Pennsylvania. Her writing experience includes newspaper journalism, public relations, corporate communications, as well as essays and fiction. Her work has appeared in the Philly.com “Why I Run”    series, Woodstock Magazine, Northwest Baby&Child, and on the Baby Merlin Company site, as well as other local publications and blogs. She is available for all types of writing projects, including business communications, creative content, general editing, and proofreading. For more information, email her at jimbethowen@gmail.com or connect on Facebook.

Her first novel is now available on Amazon in paperback and digital format.  Click here to take a look: A Robin’s Pageant



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