Being a writer and published author (whether traditionally published or indie) is not easy. I get it!
You need the right brain creativity of the artist. And the left brain organization and linear thinking of the marketer, publisher, promoter, blogger, Tweeter and book formatter.
ARGH! It can all seem like too much.
“Alexandra is a fantastic virtual assistant. I trust her to help me with key tasks in my author business, and she even suggests things that I may not have thought of. She is honest and communicative about the work, which is so critical in a VA. Even though we live thousands of miles apart and may never meet in person, Alexandra is a key part of my author business team.” Joanna Penn, NY Times & USA Today bestselling author, www.TheCreativePenn.com
I provide support for authors who want to create more time in their days to write.
Because more books = more income, right?
If you’re spending your time struggling with the Meatgrinder at Smashwords, or doing research about how Street Teams work, or trying to get Sigil to do something it doesn’t want to do, then you’re not writing.
I can help with all of that. And more.
On the What a VA Does page you’ll find much more information about exactly what I do to support authors who want to spend more time writing and less time stressing about the details.
And, on the Contact page, you can sign up for your very own, no-obligation, complimentary 30-minute Skype consultation with me to see if the services I provide might be right for you.
You can also learn more about me and how I came to be a VA for Authors on the About page.
I also provide Beta Reading services, which you can learn more about on this page.
You don’t have to do it all, all by yourself.
But you don’t have to break the bank to get the support you need either. 😉