“Someday, I’ll write a book about that.”
It seems just about everyone has said those words at one point or another. Every once in a while, someone gets serious about it.
Maybe that’s you right now.
Perhaps you’re a pastor or respected leader and speaker. Maybe you have an incredible story to tell. But when you sat down to start writing, you found it’s a lot harder than you thought.
Please don’t feel bad about that.
We’d never expect an inexperienced violinist to play Beethoven’s Concerto in D. That takes more than talent; it takes years of study and practice.
The same is true of writing. I’ve been writing professionally in one form or another for more than fifteen years. I’ve literally written (and discarded and rewritten) millions of words. I’ve studied the craft from every angle. My first book, Radically Normal (4.5 stars on Amazon) <Amazon link>, was traditionally published and I recently completed a full-length novel.
So here’s the deal: You bring all your wisdom and life experience and I’ll help you get them on the page. And if you’re interested in a guided approach to self-publishing and marketing, I have a special working relationship with Advantage Publishing.
One more thing. You can find any number of cut-rate freelance websites, but good writers with publishing credits are not cheap <link>. You get what you pay for. But to prove my value, I’m offering a free, no-obligation critique of your concept and first five pages <link>. In the past, I charged $75 for this service and clients have said it was well worth the price.
I look forward to talking to you!
“You have a book in you. I’ll help you find it.”