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Two Kinds of People

Two Kinds of People is Susan Bearman’s personal blog, a humorous take on all the different two kinds of people we meet in daily life. Here’s what people are saying:

“Head over to Two Kinds of People, Susan Bearman’s right-on exploration of the two

different kinds of people we encounter every day. 2KoP appeals to the orderly, either-or side of me, the me that thinks: you either get math or you don’t. You’re either a Democrat or a Republican. Not that Susan is this boring or this blatant … Each comparison lends itself to mindful meandering … Each is thoughtful, fun, and deeply true.”

— Sue Swartz of Awkward Offerings

“Have an opinion about, well, anything you can express with the opening line: ‘There are two kinds of people in the world …’? Then head on over to the fun Two Kinds of People blog … where Susan Bearman has been posting – seriously, comically, engagingly – about dichotomous folks and their interests/likes/dislikes for quite a while.”

— Lisa Romeo of Lisa Romeo Writes

“I was delighted to happen upon Two Kinds of People, a blog devoted to describing … well … two kinds of people. If this concept appeals to you (it does me!) be sure to check [it] out …”

— Delia Lloyd of RealDelia

Susan Bearman on the Page

and on the Web

Susan Bearman is the author of the Animal Store Alphabet Book, a picture book for pet and animal lovers of all ages. This project was funded by a successful Kickstarter campaign in 2012.

She is regular contributor to Write It Sideways, a how-to blog based out of Australia that offers writing advice from a fresh perspective.

She has also written for the The Chicago Moms, a collaborative blogging community of moms, and contributed to the former Chicago Moms Blog, part of an international consortium of eleven regional blogs.

Sell Yourself in Any Interview

Susan Bearman collaborated with retired sales executive Oscar Adler to ghostwrite Sell Yourself in Any Interview, published by McGraw-Hill in 2008. In his acknowledgments, Oscar writes:

“I owe a special thank you to Susan Bearman, whose expertise, intelligence, judgment and writing skills were extremely important to the book-writing effort.”

The Mike&Ollie Memoir Project

Susan is currently working on a memoir about raising her very premature twins, Isaac and Molly. In the process of researching her memoir, she ran across the journals she kept during their nearly five-month stay on the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). To help people understand the issues and experience of prematurity, particularly parents and families who are at an earlier place in their journey, Susan is posting her journal entries on Mike&Ollie: 24-Weekers Who Beat the Odds. Mike&Ollie is the singular nickname that was given to these two remarkable babies.

Contact Susan Bearman by email for more information or to set-up a phone consultation.

© Susan Bearman, 2013