If you follow any of my social media pages, you’ve seen recent posts about a change I have made. I’m going to use this month’s blog to tell you a little more about it.

In the first part of January, I left my retail job to jump into a whole new career role. One that I believed would allow me to indulge in my author life a little more. Well, life is crazy and sometimes the things we do are just intended to bumps or a fork in the road.

Now, before I go any further, I want it known that I had nothing against the company my new job was with. I just discovered that what I wanted and what they wanted wouldn’t work well together at this time.

There was also something else going on in my life as I tried to learn the new job. People were coming to me for services in the author world. People were seeking a mentor and were talking to me about it. Without realizing what was happening at first, I was obtaining clients before I knew I needed to make mentoring my new business venture.

When I awoke to this idea and realized this was the fork in the road I was supposed to take, I felt the best I had felt in a while. It was like a huge weight had been taken off my shoulder and I didn’t have to struggle with whether or not leaving one job for another was the right decision anymore.

I have been saying for a while now that I want everything in my life to connect to the author world because that is where I’m happiest. I love helping others get out of their mental block and still discovering new ideas of my own to write. My breathing has improved one hundred percent because my life is now fully consumed with the author world and what do I always say….I breathe when I write.

So, here’s the important things to know if you would like for me to mentor you through your block or if you would like to help the get the word out about my new business. Please feel free to share!

KW Consulting

[email protected] (this is until the new website is up and running)

Our goal:  Help guide authors and other artist in their creative journey.

Services:  Advise authors/artists as to the different methods of creativity and help determine which is best for them.

                  Provide “projects” that help get past the “block” they are experiencing.

                  If desired, read thru their works in progress and offer suggestions where needed.

*Every author/artist is unique and every situation is different. Services provided will be designed specifically to each client’s individual need.

Let us help you discover why you write/create.

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