Hey everyone, welcome to my affiliate page. All the links here will pay me a kickback if you use them, but all of the products are ones that I use in my editing and writing business. If you have any questions about any of them, send me an email!


Vellum Affiliate Link

Create ebooks for every platform: Kindle, Kobo, Apple Books, and more. Each specialized file can guide readers to buy your next book in their favorite store.

Completed a series? Combine everything into a box set in just a few steps.

I use Vellum to format all of my ebooks and also for the PDF to send for my print books. It’s super easy to use. I also use Vellum for clients who ask me to format their books.

Only available for Mac!


ConvertKit Affiliate Link

ConvertKit is the go-to marketing hub for creators that helps you grow and monetize your audience with ease.

Increase subscribers with beautiful landing pages, sign up forms, and link pages that make your work stand out. Create lasting connections and promote like a pro with our intuitive email editor and powerful sales funnels.Market and sell your digital products and subscriptions with ConvertKit to drive higher conversions and save big on fees.

Learn Scrivener Fast Course

Learn Scrivener Fast Affiliate Link

Scrivener is the go-to app for writers of all kinds, used every day by best-selling novelists, screenwriters, non-fiction writers, students, academics, lawyers, journalists, translators and more. Scrivener won’t tell you how to write—it simply provides everything you need to start writing and keep writing.

Story Grid Books and Courses

Story Grid Books Affiliate Link

Story Grid Courses Affiliate Link

The Story Grid is a tool developed by editor Shawn Coyne to analyze stories and provide helpful editorial comments. It’s like a CT Scan that takes a photo of the global story and tells the editor or writer what is working, what is not, and what must be done to make what works better and fix what’s not.

The Story Grid breaks down the component parts of stories to identify the problems. And finding the problems in a story is almost as difficult as the writing of the story itself (maybe even more difficult.)

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