Do you know the fable of the shoemakers’ children? The tykes who went barefoot as Dad made shoes for everyone else in the village? Well, my blog’s been a bit like that since I started it last spring. While I’ll still be spending time coaching others on what to write, drafting suggestions and preparing editorial blog calendars for clients, I also plan to give my own blog some love and attention. I’ll write about social media and my passions – theatre, books, writing, photography, comics, and other cultural adventures.
The name Beachcomber Communications was a Sunday afternoon brainstorm between myself and publicist extraordinaire Kim Plumley. From childhood, I loved to wander the beach and look for treasures … a sand dollar, a shell, a pretty rock … every new treasure was another delight. (This may have been a precursor to my adult affinity for shopping.) As an adult, I continue to wander the beach at every opportunity. My husband is always amused that my shoes are off the moment we hit the sand and together we are enjoying our three-year old son’s affection for this pastime. [Read more…]