Before you go any further, allow me to say - THANK YOU!

Thank you for clicking the link that brought you here. It means more than you'll ever know and I hope you sense my immense gratitude.

That said, here's a little about me.

From as far back as I can remember I thoroughly enjoyed the creative outlet writing gave. In primary school, though I fell short on having the bragging rights that came from being first in my English class, I will always be remembered as the kid who wrote the weirdest stuff. I can vividly remember my dear mother sitting me down (after she was sat down by my teacher) to discuss my Beetlejuice-inspired 4th-grade story which wasn't meant to be that deep. Grade 4 was never ready for me, but in retrospect, I wasn't either and allowed life to happen to my dream of one day becoming a writer.

Fast forward 10+ years later, I dropped the weird, kept the creativity, and re-discovered my love for writing through the painful loss of my mother and best friend; following Ernest Hemmingway's advice to write hard about what hurts. Since then, I've learned expository writing and have gone on to ghostwrite for several websites both locally (South Africa) and abroad. Several intriguing copies of digital marketing and SEO later led me into the exciting world of Content Marketing where I've written keyword/phrase-rich blog posts and web content. Being a strategic thinker in nature, I thought it beneficial to complete certificates in Content Marketing and Google Analytics. Currently, I am completing an energizing Diploma in Digital Marketing and using my full-time job to gain more experience.

Though I've dabbled in many different niches, each piece of content is unique and, both passionately and purposefully written with the aim being two-fold.  To:

1. Paint a picture so vivid that my readers are taken to a place they've never been before and,

2. Evoke the kind of emotion that causes them to take action.

Don't take my word for it, have a look at what I've done and decide for yourself. Under the Work tab, you will find the content I've ghost-written and blogged while the Web Content tab will direct you to, you guessed it, the web content I've written.

If you see the value I can add to building your online presence, please feel free to contact me.

What I've written

I've worked on interesting projects over the last 2 years.  From the technical,  7 Advanced ways to get free traffic, to my mental health blog, Preserving Peace and, as a result, I've managed to nourish my information-hungry mind.

Do me a solid and choose a topic.  I can't promise that it would be in the niche you need content for right now (although it might be) but, what I can guarantee is that each piece of content will not only evoke emotion but will also be 100% original. 

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