Leonard J. Honeyman
Len Honeyman formally
opened THE WORD HIVE in November 2007 after many years as a staff newsman. He has worked as a reporter
covering real estate, insurance, and other business topics; a copy editor, a city editor, and a news editor at a variety of
newspapers including The Journal-News in Westchester, N.Y., USA Today; New Haven Register and Journal Courier; The Hartford
Times and The Meriden Record-Journal.
His stories also
have appeared in the New York Daily News, Reuters, Ltd., Associated Press, Gannett News Service and websites and newspapers
worldwide. His work has been cited by such organizations as the Associated Press; the Society of Professional Journalists;
Gannett, Inc. and the Ingersoll Group.
THE WORD HIVE provides him with an opportunity to get back to
reporting - he loves to be where the action is - and to use his experience, talents and intellect in ever expanding ways.He also is an avid blogger. The lively Len's Lens affords him the opportunity for lively comment -- and sometimes passionate rant -- on a variety of topics. (His Word Hive
writing is very different, of course. Professional writers are flexible by nature.)You can contact Len directly at 203-397-9233 (office); 203-671-1385 (cell) or email@example.com
Susan R.A. Honeyman
Award-winning public relations manager/editor/reporter
Sue Honeyman joined THE WORD HIVE in 2008 after a lengthy career in public relations at The Hartford
Financial Services Group, Inc. At The Hartford she managed media relations for the property-casualty division, responding
to reporter inquiries, placing stories, producing news releases and bylined columns, editing a magazine, coaching interviewees
and generally enhancing and protecting the image of the financial giant.
The results of her public relations work
has appeared in thousands of newspapers, general and trade magazines and websites, and has been cited by Bulldog Reporter
and the International Association of Business Communicators.
She also enjoyed a lengthy journalism career, reporting
for such news organizations as Reuters, The Hartford Times, New York Times and The Meriden Record-Journal.
WORD HIVE provides her with an opportunity to use her experience, creativity and professionalism on behalf of a variety
of clients -- and to work again with her husband.
You can contact Sue directly at 203-397-9233
In addition, we have a group of talented associates we call
upon at appropriate times to assure projects are done well and meet deadlines.