Client email with additional notes from a progress review call on 10-28-2020.

This project—mentioned in the screen-captured client comment above—has aspects of a ‘true account business crime’ story. Brought to me by the author—a high-profile/highly educated (at one of the nation’s most prestigious universities) former senior executive who served in two presidential administrations—under a confidentiality agreement as a rewriting, redevelopment, and writing improvement project for delivery to their publisher.

I’m prohibited from sharing further details, but it’s a ‘how it happened’ story and cautionary tale of the ruin of a highly decorated combat veteran and a General Officer’s post-military career. He served our country for 30+ years. It should not have happened to him and could have been prevented.

Good writers draw from their experiences to create stories that reach people and make an impact. This project is one in which my 17-year business career—including years of M&A consulting with attorneys, investment bankers, and private equity funds—helped (along with my 13 years of full-time writing and publishing) give the writing authenticity. And readers want authenticity in a story (fiction or creative nonfiction). The compelling writing of events and circumstances and the crafting of characters they can relate to as their journey unfolds. Readers begin to ‘feel’ what the characters are going through. Stories that engage readers at that level often leave a lasting impression.

Need help writing, rewriting, or improving your story? Contact us.

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