I’m Liz Clare, a senior content writer in Austin. I’ve created a wide variety of business content for highly respected enterprise companies, state agencies, and small businesses. I help organizations make authentic connections, position themselves as experts, and demonstrate their commitment to innovation and change.
I’m a dyed-in-the-wool Austinite, having called this place home since I was two. I graduated from Anderson High School and have my degree in government and history from the University of Texas.
I love writing, editing, and researching so much than when I’m not doing it for a living, I’m often doing it for myself. My latest book project is the little-known story of The Austin Dam Disaster of 1900 (2018, Arcadia Publishing). Under the pen name Frances Hunter, I’m the co-author of two historical novels about Lewis & Clark. To the Ends of the Earth: The Last Journey of Lewis & Clark won several awards for historical fiction and scored a coveted “highly recommended” rating from Library Journal.
Contact me: lizclarewrites at gmail dot com | 512-412-5438
Curled up with a book
I love to read—to learn, to grow, and to feed my imagination. I’m currently reading Breakfast at Tiffany’s by Truman Capote.
I’m an active member of a Toastmasters club. We meet every week to practice public speaking, laugh, and bring out the best in each other.
Traveling to new places and meeting new people opens my mind and brings me joy. There are no limits!