About Becky

Becky Muth is a coffee addict who lives in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia with her husband and their adult sons. Her love of all creatures great and small shows through her writing, and her umpteen pets, which include both dogs and reptiles, often inspire the animals that appear in her books. Becky authors two indie series, Haunted Women Tales (paranormal fiction) and Treasure Pines (cozy mystery) and contributes to Melissa Storm's First Street Church inspirational romance series for Kindle Worlds. When she isn't working or writing, Becky enjoys reading, traveling, and binge-watching classic movies. You can visit her website: www.beckymuth.com

I love helping authors maximize how they use social media so they can increase their following and strengthen their brand. Although my favorite genres to read are mystery and romance, I look at each author as an individual first and enjoy the challenge of helping them find new ways to connect with their followers and turn new-to-them readers into loyal fans.

Becky Muth is brilliant. She’s taken my online author presence to levels I hadn’t imagined, with her expert, beautifully crafted graphics, her ability to envision effective social media strategies, and her dedication to me as a client. Her business-savvy mind constantly comes up with new and better ideas for all aspects of my writing life, from outlines for my monthly newsletters to potential freebies to gift new readers to ways to engage with my fans that keep them coming back for more. I thought I had a little knowledge, but it’s nothing on Becky’s, and I’m forever indebted to how she’s helped me grow – as an author and as a marketer.
USA Today Bestselling Author and RITA™ Award Finalist Margaret Locke

Becky Muth
Marketing Assistant


Social Media Evaluations, Scheduling, and Event Planning, Author Branding, Graphic Design, Copywriting, and Customer Service


Social Media Content Creation, Creative Mindset, Endless Amounts of Optimism and Joy


M.A. in Applied Sociology, Economics specialty, Summa cum Laude (3.92/4.0), Eastern Michigan University, 2009

  • Thesis: “The Nature of Contradictions in India: Using Applied Ethnography to Further Intercultural Understanding”
  • Relevant Coursework: Econometrics, Advanced Social Statistics, Demography, Advanced Research Methods, Methods of Social Program Evaluation, Individuals and the Organization, Intergenerational Programs and Services