About the Editor
Stephanie Feggins’ writing talent was noticed in high school, when she won third place in a regional poetry contest. It gained her two academic scholarship awards, which then paved the way for her to attend college at Winston-Salem State University. While Stephanie completed her bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications, she served as a staff reporter for the university’s campus newspaper. Locally, Stephanie has published multiple articles for the W-Times newspaper. She has worked as a speechwriter and as a freelance journalist.
Feggins was selected to work for national publications Right On! and Blackbeat magazines as an Editorial Assistant in 2008 covering popular trends and styles of the new millennium. She has composed music reviews for international superstars like Fantasia Barrino, Mariah Carey and Jennifer Hudson. She has also created business communications for non-profits and interesting blog posts for women’s lifestyle publications. A Girl Mistreated, her first published drama, was born from a mixture of experience and perception of the young, present-day female reality. “I hope this book will serve as a tool for young women to empower themselves, and will inspire them to continue to strive for success regardless of how bad their current situations may seem.”
Stephanie enjoys the art of expression while promoting action with words. She’s passionate about supporting the life visions of others and creating for readers who want to put their best selves forward. Her aim is to offer news and entertainment that motivates and inspires.
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