Today is July 1st—the day we celebrate my nation’s birthday. Canada is 155 years old, and while that is a relatively young country compared to those in europe, it is no less a milestone.
Milestones are meant to marked and remembered, so it seemed to be the perfect day to announce the official opening of my ghostwriting services in The Write Frequency. It is a milestone for me as I never dreamed of anything like this and yet, God opened a door and I walked through it. I learned new skills and a new way of writing that I had never heard of, and maybe you haven’t either. Click on the purple hyperlink above to go to the page where I discuss it in detail.
I graduated, on April 25, 2022, and was unable to attend the service because I fell in the afternoon that day and fractured my left shoulder. No worries right? Not so much—I am left-side dominant or left-handed. I also use my arms and shoulders to take the weight off my knees when walking due to spastic cerebral palsy and multiple failed knee surgeries. So, having only one good arm, made things very dicey and unsafe resulting in a three week stay in hospital and another two weeks as a resident in a long-term care facility.
I have been recovering at home for four weeks and getting stronger day by day. So, I am pleased to announce that I have a few spaces open for ghostwriting clients. As of Monday, July 4th, I will start screening any emails in my inbox and shortlist the ones that Holy Spirit draws me to for a follow up zoom call.
IF you are interested in having someone come alongside and help you write your story, the one God has burning in your heart… then please click on the CONTACT tab at the top of the page. Enter your name, email address, and a brief message about your project, then click on the green SUBMIT button.
I will begin replying as early as Tuesday, July 5th. I am excited to see what God has instore for me as a ghostwriter and for my clients, whose stories need to be heard. I am posting an electronic copy of my ghostwriting certificate below this paragraph. I may not have been able to attend my graduation, but I did indeed graduate!