Alaska Highway 1


Ride along and take a tour of the site:

  • On the Blog page, you’ll find posts on topics around writing, with occasional poetry, short story and novel excerpts
  • Check the Books page for books I have written (with a freebie to download), and when the next one is released, I’ll include it there
  • The Media Kit page has info including press releases
  • The Writing Samples page has examples of commercial writing projects from my portfolio.

About Mary A. Schultz

Mary A. Schultz (Mary Schultz) has contributed feature and how-to articles to regional and national U.S. and Canada-based publications, plus humor, personal essays and reviews to major and regional daily newspapers and anthologies.

Mary’s marketing/advertising career spans more than 25 years, starting with Direct divisions of Foote, Cone & Belding as writer for Apple Computer, Microsoft, The Salvation Army, Total Gym and others. She has accrued numerous awards.

Mary A Schultz
Mary A Schultz

When she and husband Bob married, they blended families, lives, and founded a business.

Travel and adventure were part of her life before and after she and husband Bob married. In Bob’s earlier life, he learned to love sailing and RVing. He pioneered the Alaskan Highway in the early 1970s with an RV trailer in tow. In Mary’s earlier life, she trekked remote Easter Island and the moonscape of Chile’s Atacama Desert. Together, they have RV camped across the U.S. and Mexico, Alaska to the Panama Canal, and for years lived aboard their 41 ft. sailboat. In recent years, they have become land people.

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12 thoughts on “Welcome”

    1. Thank you so much for visiting! I intend to drop in stories, articles and perhaps sample chapters from time to time. I look forward to being in touch along the way.

    1. Just in case you and others you may know might enjoy it, I wanted to let you know yesterday I posted an Irving Stone piece, “What is a Writer?” I had the privilege of meeting him when he spoke at USC in 1986, and he passed away in 1989. He was so memorably kind and willing to share volumes of knowledge and wisdom.

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