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Everything that I do is about helping you to find, trust & share your own voice

NOT about me writing everything for you in my own,

And I have a lot of reasons for doing that, instead of writing everything for you.

  • It's genuine

    When you trust and share your own voice - on your blog, in your business, & in your creative life - there's a genuine quality to it that can't be outsourced.

  • It's effective

    Your real voice - the one that is in your own head right now? That's the most effective way to communicate with the people you care about: your readers, customers - even your friends and family.

Kris Windley is a professional writer, teacher, illustrator and blogger
  • It's actually pretty fun!

    Once you learn some creativity boosting tricks, surround yourself with other folks who write and start to Trust your Voice - you can actually have some fun with it!

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Oh yeah! Let me introduce myself!

I'm Kris Windley - founder, owner & bottle-washer in chief.

I help people with important things to say (Yes, that's you) to create platforms, build businesses, write stories and engage communities - to change the world.

Because we have that kind of power in our Voices - and we can't afford to not use it.

I want to help, If you're a Blogger or Creative Entrepreneur

There are 3 things I love to help people like you to conquer

Writing

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I'm a developmental editor, copy-writer and consultant for writing projects of all sizes.

Get in touch to see how we can work together on your next project or develop a learning plan to help you find your Voice.

Blogging

Services

I love to help Bloggers to find the right overall style, tone and message for their blog.

We can create an editorial calendar to suit your life and your readers' taste, while we develop your Voice and style over time.

Branding

Services

I help creative entrepreneurs & world changers develop a brand message to support their work and sell their products & services.

Let's make your website a powerful engine for your business & mission.

Check out my latest blog posts

Free Prewriting Worksheet: The 5 Keys to Unlock Prewriting

By KrisWithaK May 27, 2014

Why Keys? When I taught Writing  at a local private school, here in Moncton, I had to use some clever tricks to keep my students from jumping straight to Drafting. Remember the elephant story? They were trying to eat the whole stinkin’ elephant in one bite, and you and I know that doesn’t work out well for anyone. After jumping up and down and saying NO NO NO one too many times, I finally decided that it wasn’t working. Using the Writing Process is really an important part of pain-free and effective writing, so I couldn’t give up. I needed to…

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Prewriting Worksheet: How to Plan your Blog’s Content for a Whole Year – in about 30 Minutes.

By KrisWithaK May 20, 2014

Why plan a year ahead? Creating an editorial calendar for your blog – for the whole year – seems like overkill. It seems like it will take a lot of work and be too limiting, right? Wrong. It is the first step in freeing your voice up to hit all of the right notes and really impress your ideal readers. Planning for a whole year is freeing?!?  Yup! It is. I’ll tell you why. If you follow the steps on the worksheet I have for you today, you will find that it is a simple process and it shouldn’t take more…

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The 5 Steps to Make Writing more Free, Fun and Effective

By KrisWithaK May 13, 2014

Taking Apart the Writing Process: What does it actually look like? Well…it doesn’t really look like this layout of the insides of a typewriter, but looking at any complicated thing in pieces is the best way to make certain that all of the parts are there – and working well. I talked a little bit about the Writing Process last week, and really alluded to how it could change the way you write forever because it breaks up a writing project into bite-sized chunks that are easier to handle, BUT I didn’t tell you what those chunks were. Tricky me. Well…

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