Writing Philosophy


Rules I stick by…

  1. Serve the truth.

2. Trust the sound of your voice.

3. Connect with the larger story to tell.

People always ask me how I got into storytelling. And I guess it’s the kind of business that has always been around. Stories are the currency we whisper in the ear of a friend at a movie theater or shout across the din of a crowded party. Stories are hands down, pockets emptied, the best thing we’ve got. They are a kaleidoscope of what makes ‘us’. That’s why I write books. Books help us to relate and empathize with others. Stories humanize us in a world that seems to grow increasingly inhumane. They have a way of reaching across difference to unite us. The written form gives us a window into new worlds of emotion, conflict, insecurities, and hope. Together we will capture your story in a way that warms readers to your voice and gives a perspective on the world they can trust.