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It all started a few years ago when a mentor told Gabrielle to ‘Make your Passion your Mission Critical. Gabrielle knew that she wanted to accomplish more and help more people share their story but she wasn’t sure how.
Well, with a little ‘encouraging’ and improving on skills for helping tell the proper ‘Story’ Gabrielle set out on her quest to become a write/editor. Four years ago she took the plunge and has not looked back since. Her growing business is one that could add value to your life.
From Gabrielle’s Website:
My stories became raw in their honesty, in the small, everyday graces that pepper their characters and scenes. And then I started looking for these things: for little spots of memory, sensory details from my childhood—like the way a patch of sunlight has of lighting up the dust in a room—that spoke to this truthiness from which I’d been forever shying away.
Coming home taught me that writing isn’t a fantasy. It’s dirty, sore, it skins its elbows on gravel, kicks up dust in the rearview mirror. It’s sometimes bloody, sometimes overwhelmingly still, sometimes it breaks your back. My collection of short stories works towards those moments of quiet grace that punctuate the silent hardships of everyday occurrences in a rural, blue-collar town.
Reasons to work with Gabrielle:
1- As an editor, Gabrielle can correct grammar. Provides a better flow and can look more professional and polished for others
2- As the author her forte is helping others share their story. When people struggle to find their voice, Gabrielle is always there adding assistance and content to your strategy.
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