Abigail Beck

Abigail Beck

A native child of the San Fernando Valley, Abigail loves rain, Ireland, and drinking tea (go figure). In 2014 she graduated with a BA in Communication from The Master’s College, and now in between church, family, and work she finds time to write, make short videos, play with her DSLR camera, and turn out handmade jewelry items. She kicked off her connection with RedFence in early 2013 when she worked as a copy editing intern, and now she enjoys contributing her own writing to the archives (though she still geeks out over dangling participles and hyphens masquerading as dashes).

Abigail has written 7 article(s) for RedFence Magazine.


Tommy’s World by Abigail Beck “Photography can elevate the quality of life.”  –Tommy Lundberg A cooling breeze floated down the alley in West Hollywood. The sun was beginning to set, forcing the oppressive Southern California heat into reluctant submission, but the red neon signs and black-and-white striped awning of Alfred Coffee {In The Alley} didn’t […]

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Best Tea for Leap Day by Abigail Beck I’ve never been one for celebrating Leap Day. I’m not a leapling, nor the daughter of one. But when my friend and I both had the afternoon off on the day the calendar happened to be catching up with the rotation of the earth, we decided to […]

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The Best Tea for Poorly Laid Plans by Abigail Beck Good old Robbie Burns warned us about mice and men and the laying of plans, but the schemes that go the most “agley” are the ones we fail to lay at all. Which is how I ended up in a car with my grandmother, turning […]

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Tea: Lychee Black

by Abigail Beck on August 19, 2015

in Best Teas, Featured

Best Tea for Remembering Chinatown by Abigail Beck I’d forgotten about San Francisco’s hills. Not that I’d been to that golden city before, but from the movies I really should have remembered. Evening was descending when we finally edged into a parking space at the intersection of Chestnut and Hyde — tilted up at a […]

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True Talent, True Entertainment, True Grit by Abigail Beck When my writing professor at college gave me a copy of True Grit as a graduation gift, I had no idea what I was getting into. For years I’d been telling myself that I didn’t like to read, but I was already on the path to […]

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Tea: Forever Nuts

by Abigail Beck on November 4, 2014

in Best Teas, Featured

“It is important that I have my tisane punctually.” ~David Suchet as Hercule Poirot in The Adventure of Johnnie Waverly Best Tea for Solving Mysteries by Abigail Beck Agatha Christie’s portly detective is notorious for drinking his herbal infusions, so I suppose I was in good company when I got up in the middle of […]

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My Unexpected Journey by Abigail Beck “He is late, is all,” said Dwalin the dwarf of his tardy leader, Thorin Oakenshield. That line – from The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey – flitted through my mind as I peered down the long carpet, hoping to glimpse a familiar face. My sister and I stood in the […]

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