Susan K Elliott

Biography

Susan K. Elliott firmly believes what she heard years ago: that most people will have at least eight careers during their lifetime.

Since her first high school summer job working for a small-town newspaper, she has been a journalist, magazine editor, executive director of a trade association, editorial director for a collectibles retail website, book editor/author, magazine columnist, newsletter editor, memory book designer, personal historian, graphic designer, public relations specialist, photographer, and now children’s cooking camp director.

Elliott grew up in a publishing family. She has interviewed more than 300 artists around the world for magazine and book features, including celebrities such as Charles Schulz, Walter Lantz, Marie Osmond, Annette Funicello, Al Hirschfeld, LeRoy Neiman, Red Skelton, Christopher Radko, and Mary Engelbreit.

Her book credits include: Whimsical World of Boyds Bears, 25 Years and Countin’; The Official Club Directory and Price Guide to Limited Edition Collectibles; The National Directory of Corporate Training Programs; Everything You Need to Know about Collecting Christmas Collectibles; How to Own Your Own Business; The New York Public Library Desk Reference; Run to Win, and The NALED Complete SourceBook for Gift & Collectibles Retailers.

Elliott has also written collectibles buying guides for eBay.com.

Where to find Susan K Elliott online


Books

Start Your Own Home-Based Summer Camp: A guide to creating a cooking camp (or the theme camp of your dreams)
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Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 23,390. Language: English. Published: April 9, 2009. Category: Nonfiction » Career Guides » Culinary arts
Guide to creating a home-based camp for themes such as cooking, art, sports, photography, drama, crafts, pottery, computers, games, or science. The author shares her five+ years of experience hosting a highly successful cooking camp with 150+ creative camp ideas, 36 crafts & activities, 60+ recipes for 8 cooking camp themes, marketing tips, schedules, budgets, fliers, more,+4 bonus business guides

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