Laura McClellan has been writing since she can remember -- her earliest journals take place in the Lisa Frank era -- and began pursuing her passion professionally as a freelance writer in 2011. Since then, she has worked in Public Relations and has written artist bios, magazine articles and blog posts, among other projects. McClellan moved to Nashville in 2006 to attend Belmont University, where she earned a degree in PR and fell in love with the city. She also loves Tina Fey, pizza, Twitter, classic fiction, Netflix and judging musical performances from her couch. Laura lives in Nashville with her husband and their orange cat, Beckett.
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