by Jacinda Little | Writer Spotlight
No one can build a legacy without words -- but words might not be your chosen communication style.
A Copywriter with YOUR Legacy in Mind
From marketing to memoirs, from blogs to books, from webpages to webinars...The Creative Ghostwriter is ready to learn about you and your audience so she can craft something that is uniquely you and that accomplishes your objectives (and more).
How and why I became a writer
The Creative Ghostwriter has always had a love for language. She thought she'd enjoy being a published fiction author, but having her own name in print just didn't mean as much as she'd expected it would.
So what to do with that passion for writing?
One ghostwriting project, taken reluctantly for a friend, answered that question. The satisfaction from seeing others succeed, with words they didn't have the confidence or skill to craft, was more than enough to convince Jacinda to quit her job and ghostwrite full-time. Now her clients can take advantage of nearly two decades' worth of copywriting and ghostwriting experience.
Past work experience and what I’m working on now
I have written a number of traditionally and independently published full-length books and eBooks. I've edited short stories, novellas and novels. My work in the online marketing and branding sectors has resulted in thousands of blogs, webpages, sales pages, funnels, long form social media posts and more. My clients' bylines have been published in Forbes, BBC, The Guardian, Virgin Start Up, The Sunday Times, The Daily Telegraph and many more.
I am currently working for a number of PR firms, an online reputation management company, a branding and marketing firm, a spiritual healer, a financial management company and an entertainment broker. New projects are coming in regularly, and I would love to here about yours.
Where potential clients can find me online
Website | Facebook
Writing advice for those reading
Don't underestimate the influence you can have when you express your passion for all the right reasons. Focus on the words, for sure. But more than that, focus on the people the words are written for. This is all about building connections and nurturing relationships with people you may never meet, but whose lives will forever be affected by what you've written. It's that important.