Let's make your book a book people want to read.
Fran Lebowitz is an acclaimed author and speaker. In the Netflix documentary, Pretend It's a City, by Martin Scorsese, Scorsese talks to Lebowitz about her life. When Scorsese asks, "What's the worst thing you could say about a book?" Lebowitz says, "I forgot I was reading it."
Let's not let that happen to your book.
Where are you now?
Have you already started your book, but aren't sure if you're using the right approach. Do you need help finishing it?
Or, do you want to write a book, but aren't sure where to start, how to plan and organize it?
Let me help.
We'll start with the question, "What do you want people to know?"
Whether you want to share your professional expertise, the story of your business, or the story of your life, I’ll help you figure out what you want to say and how to say it.
Books are a lasting legacy.
A place to share what you know ... and a way to make a difference.
I have years of project management, writing, editing, and graphic design experience. I know how to guide and help you schedule, organize, and generate great content for your book.
It’s nearly impossible to do it alone.
And you shouldn’t. As your book development partner, I’ll help you build and expand on your ideas, organize your thoughts, and guide you through the process.
We'll work together. From project management to outlining content, sourcing illustrations, I'll give you the guidance and honest feedback you need.
Mind Map Your Book
This is where we'll begin. I'll ask you to spill it ... all the ideas, thoughts, and images running around in your head. The ones that keep you up at night.
It will help you:
• define what your book is about
• visualize the book as a whole
• figure out who you’re writing for
• guide you in writing a summary so you stay on track, and
• create a schedule to write, edit, and get it done
Working with me gives you the experienced partner you need to make the best possible book. A book people will want to read.
And a lasting legacy you’ll be proud of.
Book development: starts at $1,500