Handbook for Citizen Journalists
The ONLY book written for active and aspiring citizen journalists!

About the Authors

About the Authors

Ronald D. Ross, BA, MDiv, DMin, is a former pastor and missionary to Africa who has spent much of his life writing, teaching and working as the publisher of various publications.

Ross earned his first byline front-page story as a writer for his high school newspaper and served as a citizen journalist when he reported all of his high school’s sports scores to a local radio station.

This is Ross’ second book. He also wrote, “Your Family Heritage, a Guide to Preserving Family History,” a resource for oral history taking.

Dr. Ross is the publisher of Tidbits of Greeley/Centerra/Loveland Colorado, an entertainment newspaper and the Voice of Tiidbits Radio.

Tidbits:  www.TrustTidbits.com
Ross’ blog: www.RonRossToday.com
Email Ross: Dr.Ross@RonRossToday.com

Susan Carson Cormier has more than 28 years of experience in the media arts, including stints as a broadcast writer, reporter, assistant city editor, city editor, legislative bureau chief, public information officer and published citizen journalist.

Cormier’s entry into the news business came naturally. Her father, Donald W. Carson, was a news reporter and editor before he became a journalism professor/department head at the University of Arizona. She became hooked on journalism after two pieces that she wrote as a college student – or as a citizen journalist - were published in local newspapers.

Both Ross and Cormier reside in the Denver, Colo. area.
Website Builder