Empower

Now Offering: Self-Publishing Consulting

Have you always dreamed of publishing your own book? I gotchu. I’m able to help you self-publish from beginning to end, or anywhere in between.

As I’m finishing my second book, I want to help others get their own stories out there and I’m extending my freelance services to assist aspiring authors. I self-published my first book on Amazon, and while it’s more accessible than you might expect, I understand it can still be scary. Let me be your cheerleader!

Services Offered:

  • Free Consultation
    We can have a virtual call to first discuss your goals and plans for writing a book. I can offer my advice and point you in the right direction, even before you need any help from me.
  • Editing
    I can provide content editing (early stages) and/or copy editing + proofreading (late stages) with a per-page fee.
  • Cover Design
    I can create a captivating cover design for your book at an hourly rate. I can also recommend other talented graphic designers that may better match your style!
  • Formatting
    I can format your manuscript to meet Amazon’s standards and upload to setup the initial back-end at an hourly rate. If you want to upload into Amazon on your own (you definitely can!), I can provide a simple template for a one-time purchase to ensure you’re checking all of the boxes.
  • Mentoring
    I am offering free mentorship for students, non-profit sectors, essential workers, and any unemployed/furloughed. The world needs your stories, and I would love to help!
  • Promotion
    I can create a PR strategy, social media content, or even help you set up your own blog/website. Pricing may vary dependent on your needs.

Are you ready to become a published author? Complete the form on this page and I’ll set up time for your free consultation (only virtual hugs and chai lattes for now, please!).

I self-published Run My World in 2018, and it is available on Amazon in paperback and ebook. I’m currently writing my second book, a fictional novel about the intersection between social media and mental health, which is expected to publish in Fall 2020.

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