Unleash Your Story
Welcome you wondrous creature. You with your story caught in your throat, on the edge of your lips, tingling your fingertips into sharper prints. You who knows words=medicine. You who can’t wait a moment longer to use and loose your voice—that wild, astonishing music that belongs to you alone. May you and your story find sanctuary here.
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Working with Jen Violi was the best investment I made in my business the entire year. She is a Goddess with words, and an amazing writing coach who will get your story out of you. Before we worked together, I felt boring and un-original. I didn't know my story could inspire others. After we worked together, I felt like I truly connect with others who share a similar story to mine. This makes my work with smart women entrepreneurs that much more impactful. After spending thousands of dollars elsewhere to try and figure out exactly what made me unique, I credit Jen for helping discover my true brand identity that is authentically me. Jen is worth every single penny and more. Hire this woman...she will bring your story out of you faster than you ever thought possible.
From the Blog: Story Water
Jen Violi is the author of Putting Makeup on Dead People, a BCCB Blue Ribbon Book, finalist for the Oregon Book Awards, and shortlisted for the PNBA and Oregon Spirit Awards.
As a mentor, editor, and facilitator, Jen helps writers unleash the stories they’re meant to tell, from blogs to websites to award winning books.
With advanced degrees in theology and creative writing—devoted to creating sanctuary for stories and their humans—for twenty years Jen has facilitated retreats and workshops and mentored and nurtured hundreds of writers as they find their voices, hone their manuscripts, and take creative leaps and plunges.
Jen is a columnist and regular contributor for Sweatpants & Coffee and has been a featured presenter at The Louisiana Book Festival, Wordstock, the Antioch Writers’ Workshop, A Frock-alicious Life is Calling, and the Saints & Sinners Literary Festival.[ Read More ]