I’m Sandra Shillington — and I’ve loved writing and creating since I was a kid. Hundreds of how-to books, certificates and college courses later; a career as a corporate writer and Instructional Designer, with countless freelance projects under my belt, I’ve learned a few things about how to master writing for business. And what I know for sure is this:
Confusion is your enemy.
When you have a clear and compelling message, you win.
That’s why you need to slay your enemy and nail your message so that your customers listen — and buy.
And I’m here to help.
My Official Bio:
I started my career at a national bank where I wrote courses and instructional materials. I eventually left the corporate world and went on to write advertising copy, web content, articles and courses for both large and small companies. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Business from Pepperdine University, and I have Hubspot certifications in Inbound Marketing and Content Marketing. I’m also a licensed Real Estate Broker.
I’m an Amazon bestselling author and wrote my first book in 2010, back when Amazon self-publishing first started. You can visit my Amazon Author Page here. I’ve been geeking out on all things Kindle Direct Publishing ever since. I never stop learning about how to build a portfolio of income-generating books, and I can help you do that too.
A few random fun facts about me:
My spark for writing started in 9th grade when I won $100 in a writing contest…..
I’m obsessed with Goldendoodles.
I live in the Los Angeles area, where I grew up — back when you could see the smog in the air, and the Dodgers won the World Series……
I’ve completed over 1,000 Orangetheory workouts, and still counting.
I love home decorating and organizing, especially my desk!
I’m a firm believer in the “compound effect” and try to practice it in most areas of my life.
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