Ever since I was a small child, I wanted to write. Crayon-illustrated papers that I stapled together. Stories about my future family of thirteen kids. A series of letters from a mythical farm family that I hunt-and-pecked on the old Corolla, stories which entertained my family for weeks. I wrote policies and procedures for healthcare administration, parking directions for thousands of triathletes, and instructional handouts for birth doulas. If some task involved finding a meticulous way with words, I was up for it.
Now, finally, writing is what I do for a living. I write books and blogs, emails and websites, ads and articles. I write for myself, and ghostwrite for others.
I create the copy, edit others' work, or coach authors to sit down and write.
I think words are the most powerful tools we have. I'd love to help you find the words you are looking for.