Joined 11 years ago from Oklahoma
Karen Ray makes her home in the heartland. She writes on a variety of subjects and her work has been published in local newspapers, as well as regional and national magazines. Among them: Listen Magazine, Reunions Magazine, Caregiver's Home Companion, iParenting, Western New York Family and more.
Born into a large family with a colorful history, Karen became interested in genealogy early on. Her paternal family history has been traced to the Isle of Man, hence the three legged symbol profile photo. A visit to the Isle of Man whetted Karen's appetitie for genealogy and family reunions, which led to her first articles, published in Reunions Magazine.
In addition to magazine articles, Karen writes business brochures and business/family newsletters.
Presently, Karen works as an Executive Assistant but continues to write and is available for freelance articles and projects.
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