Laura Seeber

Laura Seeber
It was a dark and stormy night…..

Seriously though, according to my parents it was a snowy morning in December that welcomed me into the world. For as long as I can remember I have been creating stories- either through writing, role playing games, improvisational antics, and telling stories around the campfire. However, my love of using my imagination and the written word was regulated to the back burner as I pursued another passion- geology and science as my chosen career.

It wasn’t until around 2003 when I discovered that my love of writing and creating stories could actually be used to make a living. While I still work in the environmental field, I am thrilled to be writing again and sharing my love of knowledge, stories, wisdom and utter foolishness.

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Published Materials

  • Finding Love on the Open Road: The Biker Guide to Dating (June 2012) BikerKiss.Com ASIN # B0089XJIQ2

  • The Spring and Autumn Murders (December 2012) Direwolf Design and Publishing ISBN # 9789099676701

  • The Northern Problem and Other Stories (June 2013) Direwolf Design and Publishing ISBN # 9780988676725

  • The Revelation of Jack (2015) Direwolf Design and Publishing ISBN # 978-0-988676703-2


  • Emerald Musings
  • Walking the Path
  • Marietta and Beyond

Selected Writings



Laura is an indie author, freelancer, and ghostwriter that specializes in taking the ideas of her clients and transforming them into the most accessible, informative and entertaining work possible. She prides herself on her ability to easily research, synthesize and present complex material. Her areas of expertise include geology, environmental sciences, health and fitness, nature, pets outdoor activities, and freelancing to name a few.


1998  B.S. Geology  Clarion University of Pennsylvania

1999-2007  Graduate Academic Work in Geochemistry, Petrology and Contaminant Hydrogeology at University of Toledo, Toledo Ohio, and Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, Illinois

Selected Work History 

  • 2003-2011 Contributor to Yahoo Voices/Associated Content
  • 2005-2008 Contributor to AOL Seed
  • 2012-2014 Managing Editor of Dr. Mommy and Friends The Online Resource for Busy Women
  • 2014-2016 Managing Editor and Contributor to Wholistic Fit Living Website
  • 2014-2015 Managing Editor for Marrietta and Beyond Website
  • 2014-2016 Contributor for Wholistic Fit Living Website
  • 2014-2016 Contributor to the Marietta and Beyond Website
  • 2003-Present Day Various freelance, web content, ghostwriting, and editing projects
  • 2009-Present Day Editor and Writer of Various Technical and Environmental Reports
  • July 2015-Present Day Co-Creator and Manager of The Writer’s Thread Showcase


  • Dr. Daisy Sutherland – Doctor, Author, Health Brand Ambassador, Speaker
  • Patricia Rossi — Business and Etiquette Coach
  • David Hardin — Editor, Writer
  • Tricia Gardner — Virtual Assistant, and Website Content Provider
  • Christiane Marshall — Copywriter, Writer, Editor

Emerald Musings

Crime and Place

The global success of Jane Harper’s The Dry signals that great writing will always win out, but it also reminds us that for many readers the setting, the place is as much a character as the protagonist and others. While her “place” is out in rural

Brian Stoddart

Brian Stoddart is now based in Queenstown, New Zealand, having lived and worked in eleven different countries around the world and traveled through many others. He writes the Superintendent Chris le Fanu historical crime novels set in 1920s India and has also written seventeen non-fiction works. Those include A House in Damascus that was an Amazon No 1 in Middle Eastern Travel; Saturday Afternoon Fever that remains a definitive text on the role of sport in Australian culture and other works on Caribbean cricket, biography and academic works on India. He is also a serious photographer and delivers lectures on cruise ships.


Walking the Path


Short Tales