Words are potent medicine.
They have the power to inspire, to inform, to edify, to beguile, to dispute, to include, to catalyze, to heal. Writing them can be cathartic, freeing or terrifying. Sending your creations out into the world may be exhilarating, uncertain, daunting.
Yes, writers feel it all, and then some.
I get it. That’s why I do what I do. In fact, my clients describe me as equal parts editor, therapist and spiritual counselor. I sense the preciousness of projects yearning to emerge. I enhance and add narrative sparkle, while retaining the writer’s unique voice.
I guess you could call me a muse-ologist. I mix ideas and language then stir it, shake it, infuse a dash of whimsy, and serve it up neat or fancy.
You see, I know first-hand that when you feel wild and free to tell your story, you become awake. You encounter and open the door to the mystery of yourself, without apology.