From Victim to Advocate To Published Author: Now You Can share Your Story With The World Too


Today I spoke with a fellow victim’s advocate who is trying to outline her book. Her greatest desire is to reach the hearts of millions. I won’t say her name, but if she is a powerhouse. Her victim to vitality story will inspire anyone who reads it, and I know she will encourage victims. 

I’m honored to be her writing coach, her mentor, and her friend. I have many coaching clients. I have people who want to write fiction, people who want to write about true crime. I have people who want to write children’s books. But this woman is very near and dear to my heart because I know her story is true. She spent her entire young life a victim of violence and abuse. Now she has emerged as of victorious example for those around her.

Do you have a similar story that you wish you could get into a book? If so, I can help you get it in print. I can show you how to build an audience for it and make a career out of sharing your story with the world. That’s what the “Get Your Book Done Now” course is all about.

 As you know, I’m launching this new course this week, and I’m running specials from now until Valentine’s Day. Not only am I giving away free ebooks for those who sign up for my coaching services, but I’m also giving away free coaching calls. These calls usually cost $500 apiece, but I am giving them away because I want to help you find clarity with your writing.

By the end of our call, you will be inspired and motivated to write your book. I will help you outline a strategy for finishing your project and give you tips on starting your marketing campaign.

 If you would like to take that step and become a published author, follow the link below and sign up for your free coaching session. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain. 


“The cave you fear to enter holds the treasure you seek” – Joseph Campbell.

Schedule Your Call Now: https://calendly.com/synovaink/free-30-min-coaching-call


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