Client gifts are some of my favorite gifts because that means good news is on the way.
Last week, one of my writers (yes, I am assembling a team of sparkling unbridled unicorns, and you can join them) had a big win on her road to publication.
My client, Rachel, landed her dream agent with her beautiful, heart-thumping adult fantasy, and I got the chance to be a part of her journey.
I gained a friend and colleague through my work with Rachel, but I also gained a gift I could never have expected. (No, not the bubbly featured here, although that is a gift I ADORE.)
This month two of my writers have landed agents within 11 days of each other, and as I celebrated with them, for them, about them, I realized something amazing:
I helped them make a dream come true.
They did the work, they wrote the book, but they chose to work with me and it paid off.
The win is THEIRS, but some of the joy is mine.
I HAVE BEEN IN THE TRENCHES.
I know the sting of rejection and the fear of failure all too well.
I’ve been agented and unagented.
I’ve written a book on Wattpad (that blew up, and keeps on going, going, going Energizer Bunny style) and I’ve written books that no one but my CPs will ever read.
I’ve found my Agent Person and started to make my own dreams come true in major ways.
And if I can help boost other writers from the trenches to reach their goals faster with less isolation and despair, then I want to do that for as many of them as I can. I will keep on doing it as long as I can.
There are two ways to work with me.
One-on-one, all-in, where I help you shape your story from the foundation up.
The online course I created with the Six & Up CEO Academy (founded by my co-author extraordinaire Alexandra Grizinski & All-Around Biz Genius Jenny Beres) called Unlocking Creativity for Writers and Artists.
My writers are killing it.
My writers are the best humans around.
My writers are UNBRIDLED UNICORNS shooting for the stars.
Here are the handy links:
Unlocking Creativity for Writers & Artists
Unbridled Unicorn Creative Consulting
And, as always, feel free to send me a Voxer or shoot me an email if you have any questions!