Brown-Dudley: Still Inspiring After All These Years: Popular Blog Features Good News About Great People

Brown-Dudley, an online newsletter featuring stories about inspirational and innovative people, begins its fourth year in publishing this April.

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Louisville, Kentucky (PRWEB) April 16, 2014

Brown-Dudley a popular online newsletter featuring stories about inspirational and innovative people, begins its fourth year in publishing this April by showcasing the work of emerging writer, Bailey Reagan, and offering a new “inspiration corner” where Brown-Dudley readers can thank someone for being an inspiration in their lives. The anniversary issue will also feature stunning nature photography by Sandy Greenheck Gumness.

Started as an antidote to an increasingly negative news cycle, Brown-Dudley has published a wide variety of profiles ranging from fearless pilots and innovative nonprofit executives to award-winning cheese makers and creative twenty-something entrepreneurs.

“We have never wavered far from our mantra: everyone has an interesting story, whether it’s a story of survival, creativity, inspiration, encouragement, artistic accomplishment, success in business, or quiet heroism,” said Margaret Brown, a co-founder and co-editor of Brown-Dudley. “We think of the site as building a stronger, better, more civil, and optimistic community, one story at a time.”

The publishers of Brown-Dudley are encouraged to see leading news outlets, such as ABC News (America Strong), CNN (The Good Stuff), and CBS News (On the Road), feature weekly or daily segments on inspiring people. “People are overwhelmed by bad news,” said Mary Dudley, co-founder and co-editor. “There are lots of great people doing fantastic things in the world and our readers want to hear these uplifting stories. We are excited to be part of the positive news trend.”

Brown-Dudley is co-edited by Margaret Brown and Mary Dudley, both writers and marketing executives. One year ago, Brown-Dudley introduced its Emerging Writers Forum that provides new writers a platform to showcase their talent. The Forum is open to writers just starting out who have a story to tell about an interesting or inspiring person. Age is not a factor in the criteria of “emerging,” since people of all ages have great stories to share with Brown-Dudley readers.

For more information on Brown-Dudley, contact Margaret Brown at 972-672-2358, Mary Dudley at 505-989-1477, or email editor(at)brown-dudley(dot)com.




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