Oceanside, CA – June 3, 2019 – WritersWay has launched its new website with its new logo. The premiere site for personal and professional development ghostwriting and copyediting, WritersWay has updated its look for the 21st century.
The new logo and brand in burgundy and gold feature books and a line to indicate the tagline, “your path to publishing profits.” This represents the mission of WritersWay, to transform the ideas and expertise of service professionals, coaches, speakers, entrepreneurs, and individuals into books and ebooks for publishing profits.
“I’ve seen many service professionals like myself spending all their time providing services to a limited number of clients,” says Andrea Susan Glass, owner and founder of WritersWay. “When you get paid for your time, you have a time limit; however, when you get paid for your books, there is no limit. You can be making money while you sleep.”
Started in 1990, WritersWay was established to help those who want to write books but don’t have the time, skills, or knowledge. Glass began by ghostwriting and copyediting primarily nonfiction books, then expanded to ebooks, as well as ecourses and workbooks. She also edits fiction and has worked on several young adult trilogies, her favorite books to read.
WritersWay also provides book coaching, helping prospective authors to develop their ideas into books, and guide them along the complete journey to a published book. As an instructor with the University of California, Glass is well-equipped as an ideal coach, guide, and support partner for aspiring authors.
The new website will be offering products in addition to the ghostwriting, copyediting, and coaching services. The products will be those of affiliates in addition to WritersWay products in development such as ebooks and ecourses.
Along with revamping her website, Glass recently launched her ezine, “WritersWay Wisdom.” The ezine contains quotes, offers, events, and valuable tips on a periodic basis. The goal is to continue to provide important content to turn wisdom, experience, expertise, and ideas into words and ultimately books. “I like to offer value, but not bombard my mailing list every day,” says Glass, an expert copyeditor and award-winning ghostwriter. “A periodic ezine keeps me connected to my fans and followers.”