Shannon Crotty used to look at life differently. As she describes herself, she "used to be a very negative, aggressive person."
When she moved to Wisconsin from Oklahoma she found herself a stranger in a strange frozen land, an adult who had to start over making friends. Instead of lamenting her condition, she decided that it was time to adjust her attitude.
Shannon is a realtor by day. By "night" she's the caped superempowered editor-in-chief of a magazine that serves as guiding light for readers searching for inspiration, direction and connection in their own lives.
She calls her enterprise Queen of the Castle magazine, not because she's out to turn society on its head, but because she believes women should take charge of their own conditions.
Readers turn to "Queen" because Shannon is the Princess of Positivity. She's got enough energy to power a mid-sized Western Wisconsin community. She exudes fun.
Up in the Queen's Clubhouse in Banbury Place, they're whipping up stories about real women dealing with everyday issues that touch us all, whatever our chromosomal profile -- because you see, the qualities that make us human are universally shared.
There are ten Queen core values that are common to any ideal of happiness and fulfillment. There's the "Pink Issue" and the "Thankful Issue." The articles are written by women, for people like you and me. Makes you want to read more, doesn't it? Until the next issue of Queen magazine is delivered, you can get the skinny right here.
Shannon Crotty, In Person. Only on WQOW News 18. I'm positive you'll find us worth the watch.
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