Do you have an important story to tell?
Have you always wanted to get a book into the world?
I’m here to support you every step of the way, whether you’re a budding writer or
an accomplished one.
Here are a few different ways we can do that. Thanks so much for your interest in
working with me!
How to write your book in 10 simple steps
Maybe this sounds familiar. You’ve stopped and started a few projects. Told yourself
this was the year you were finally going to write your book.
And then work took over. Life took over. With everything that was on your plate,
was it any wonder that you never quite got there?
Hey, I get it.
For almost 20 years, I helped people with their stories—teaching creative writing
and business writing to university students, showing businesses how to quickly and
easily improve their written documents and leading small, intimate workshops
using the power of writing for personal clarity.
Getting my own book into the world, though, was a different story. For years, I
stopped and started different projects, trying to figure out what publishers wanted.
Underlying everything was the nagging fear of how my book would be received. And
then there was the very real challenge of finding the time to write.
One day, I cracked the code. In three months, I wrote my book as well as published
it. Instead of waiting years for my book to be published with a traditional publisher,
I published my book in weeks. I used the same system that I’d refined with my
clients over the years, and I’d love to share that system with you.
Publishing that first book taught me how easy it was to get a book into the world.
Not only did my book free up my time and resources, but it continues to generate a
steady stream of income, and has opened up doors I never would have imagined.
From there, it was a natural transition to my second book and a whole new set of
I want the same for you. I want to show you how easy it can be to get your book into
the world, and create your own doors of possibility. Publishing your book doesn’t
have to be slow and difficult, and you don’t need to wait for someone else to
Are you ready?
If so, please join me. Let’s make this your year