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Let me help you find greener pastures.

    Are you feeling burned out?

    Tired of working to keep up with impossible standards?

    Today’s publishing paradigm is broken! And it’s hurting authors.

    I help authors communicate easier by connecting their creative spirit with practical action. To do this, I use my over two decades as a published author to create services designed to reduce overwhelm and keep authors focused on what matters to them in order to cultivate creative wellness, prevent and overcome burnout, and create their own publishing career so they can thrive as authors.

    Discover your strengths and what’s working for you.

    Get help with technical things like your website and newsletter to take more OFF your plate.

    Learn to love writing again and jump over any obstacles in your way.

    The truth is

    The current publishing paradigm treats books like “widgets” produced in a factory and authors like assembly line workers.

    That’s a recipe designed to create chronic stress and burnout!

    And for authors chronic stress causes

    Loss of joy and diminished creativity

    Feeling like you have to do more with less resources

    Imposter syndrome

    Health issues

    (and yes, burnout!)

    You could stay stuck on the write – publish – promote treadmill and get (or remain) burned out OR YOU COULD

    craft the publishing path that works for you and keeps you telling the stories you were meant to tell.

    Let’s start this transformation by

    Take A Publishing Inventory

    We start by seeing where you’re at now and where you want to be. Then, we determine your strengths. With those pieces of information, next we can plot a path.

    Discover Your Publishing Profile

    As part of the inventory process, we’ll take a publishing profile to see which publishing path will unlock your creative genius. This is your key to success along this journey and a can’t miss step.

    Create A Journey

    Now that we have the key to your creative genius, we’ll craft a journey toward creative wellness. This is no turn-by-turn boring GPS; it’s filled with landmarks and sights you’ll want to see.

    Your quest to find greener pastures begins by booking a free call.

    From the blog…

    What Political Texts Taught Me About Author Newsletters

    A common concern among authors is how often to send their newsletter. They want to keep readers informed, but they don't want to bombard them. This goes hand-in-hand with the worries over how many times to post on social media. Again, authors don't want to seem...

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    Finding Sustainable Writing With Your Creative Neurotype

    There's a lot of talk in the publishing world today, at least in some quarters, about finding a sustainable way to create your author career. I'm all for that! I am one hundred percent behind sustainability as a path to being an author today. But in order to create...

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    Are you the consumer or what’s being sold?

    The leading cause of enshittification of the internet is that the very people who use services like social media or crowdfunding platforms are now what's being sold--not the service itself. We've gotten away from selling goods and products to selling people and...

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    When To Think About Your Author Mindset

    Mindset is one of those things that people talk a lot about, but they don't give a lot of specifics on. You have a lot to handle when you're an independent author. When do you actually work on your mindset and is it something you need to focus on all the time? More...

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    Episode 25: Examining Shame and the Neurodivergent Brain

    This week I go a bit deeper into the blog posts I wrote reviewing the book How To Keep House While Drowning and my post about my procrastinated (but now finished!) yard project. I’ll break down the four things that are necessary for shame, why shame doesn’t always...

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    Feed Your Creativity By Changing Up What You Write

    Is it okay to work on more than one project at once? That's a common question I'm seeing in writing groups these days, whether it's talking about novels, serials, or other forms of writing. There's a common belief that you have to write one project all the way...

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