Client Work: SXDI.ORG

I am so very proud to be involved with SXDI (The Strategic Design Association™). As one of their content creators I get to have influence on what courses we offer, what we do, and I pick up content creation from Continue reading Client Work: SXDI.ORG

Client Work: Medical Sample

I work at a hospital during the day as one of their clinical engineers technicians. In that time I’ve had to draft up samples for them to pass out to staff, nursing, and to other engineers. Here are edited samples Continue reading Client Work: Medical Sample

Client Work: Soul Mind Studios

Soul Mind Studios is a brother owned company that does fabrication. They make everything from card holders to entire office desks. As they wanted to spread their reach into a wider market they needed some revamped webcopy. During this time Continue reading Client Work: Soul Mind Studios

Halloweek Short Fic: Safe Places

Some other writers and I are doing a little game this week of Halloween. One short story a day this week. This one is set in my Roostverse Safe Places Hospitals are very interesting places for the supernatural. My primary Continue reading Halloweek Short Fic: Safe Places

Client Testimonial, Part II

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I love feedback as much as the next writer. When someone says I’ve made them happy and that they’re proud of what they’re doing it’s a wonderful feeling. 🙂 Head over to MRaoulee to read the rest of her review Continue reading Client Testimonial, Part II

Client Testimonial: I Have Been Absolved And You Can Be Too

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I’m over the moon happy with this client’s progress. It’s mostly because SHE is so over the moon about it. I love seeing a writer get over their self doubt and start to make work they are proud of. The Continue reading Client Testimonial: I Have Been Absolved And You Can Be Too

Writing to Keep from Writing: Write like a Book

In this series I’ve talked about recognizing the issue of writing without actually crafting a story. I hope I’ve helped people give themselves permission to stop just writing for a word-count if that doesn’t make them happy. I followed that Continue reading Writing to Keep from Writing: Write like a Book

Writing to Keep from Writing: You’re Not Beholden to Old Notes

Writers love to hoard ideas like dragons with gold bars, don’t we? We collect and fall in love with sentences; we want to display our cleverness in this or that. We treasure these little tidbits and notes as though without Continue reading Writing to Keep from Writing: You’re Not Beholden to Old Notes

Writing to Keep from Writing: You’re Allowed to Call it a Book

When I’m working with a client I already think they’re talented. There’s no point in being a writing coach if I can’t believe in the product that I’m working on. This means that a great deal of my job is Continue reading Writing to Keep from Writing: You’re Allowed to Call it a Book

What to Read When You’re Writing

I recently had a discussion with a client about what they read. To be more specific it was about what they thought they should be reading. I think what they were asking me was what they should read to help Continue reading What to Read When You’re Writing