Writing With A Twist
Original ・ Authentic ・ Fun ・ Best Selling ・ Speaker ・ Coach
Children's ・ YA ・Fiction
What Goes Around
"Fun and evil!! The story really draws you in and it's such a great ride!! I loved it." ~ Amazon customer
KC Bell: A Manx with a Tale
"You know you've found a real literary treat when you take a break from reading JK Rowling's fifth installment of Harry Potter and your daughter reacts with JUST as much enthusiasm as she did to the Harry Potter chronicles. My daughter was so excited to read this book and it brought her so much joy! She wanted to read it past bedtime just to see what happened to Bell. If only there was a follow-up!" ~ K. Houlehan
"Adorable story. Loved the illustrations. Perfect for a bedtime read to children." ~ Amazon customer
writ・er / 'raitǝr
1. a peculiar organism capable of transforming caffeine into books.
Whether it's a story, novel, article, or memoir, everyone has a book in them.
Not a day goes by where I don't hear someone say, "I have this great story idea, but I don't know how to begin."
Learning the process of sharing your intellectual capital is the job of a Story Coach.
Brainstorming, plotting verses "pantsing", finding great editors and beta readers, publishing, and all the points in-between, a Story Coach can help you shepherd your "baby" to the finish line with the greatest potential of financial success.
Then there's that whole "I have the novel ready to publish, but how do I do that?" or the "I have a book ready, but how do I sell it?" I've spent the last ten years learning the ins and outs of the author biz. Add that my decades of small business financial consulting and I can help you design a clear path to success.
sto・ry co・ach / ˈstȯr-ē ˈkōch
1. like a normal coach, but has a better script.
2. typically found holding a martini.
speak・er / ˈspē-kər
1. someone who makes a speech deliberately structured to inform, to persuade, or to entertain.
2. blah. blah. blah.