Creative Writing

Wordsmith at Work!

Crafting a message that will attract clients takes careful thought. Clients want to know what makes your business meaningful, honest and different and what’s in it for them to work with you. Wolfe Creative is experienced in helping clients think through all the things that makes them special and that helps them stand out from the competition.

Wolfe Creative offers creative and business writing in many different forms … from websites to blogs, business cards to brochures. Let us help you with your marketing needs by developing news stories, articles, blogs, radio spots, collateral material or websites to help you build your business. Jen has experience writing for large corporations as well as small businesses, plus has fun publishing outdoor adventure stories and other articles in her spare time.

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Author of So You Want to be a Writer

Stay tuned for my next book Writing in the Dark, created especially to help writers with disabilities to overcome the challenges and get published.


Author of Forgotten Southwest

by Jen Wolfe and LaMont Bankson
I’m delighted to introduce my new book, Forgotten Southwest!

Arizona, Utah, New Mexico and Colorado have some of the wildest, most remote, most inhospitable terrain on the planet. But these states also contain some of the most beautiful places in the world — the soaring peaks of Rocky Mountain National Park and the breathtaking beauty of the Grand Canyon. However, it is often the forgotten or hard to get to places that hold the greatest intrigue, the most romance and truly stunning beauty.

Taming the Southwest was no easy task. It took unique and tough characters to shape its history and heritage. Sadly, many of these people, places and events have been forgotten. Communication between towns and places in the early days was poor or non-existent, so when and if stories did get passed on, they were by word of mouth and became distorted in the telling.

The Southwest still has some of the most remote terrain in the geographic US. Locations like The Maze in Canyonlands National Park in Utah are well-named for their confusing and challenging geography. Early settlers may have traveled into the remote regions only to disappear — and their stories disappeared with them.

Forgotten Southwest is about resurrecting some of those old stories — about telling the tale of the people, places and things that make the Southwest so unique.