I'm a writer, editor, and content strategist based in Richmond, Virginia. Whether you're an indie author or your business is creating a website, brand book, or social media feed, I'll help you get your word on.
If you're in business, I'll ignite a digital dialogue with your audience. I brainstorm content, capture your voice and vibe, and write to engage and inform your customers. I've worked with media groups, surgeons, architects, interior designers, lawn care services, artists, real estate agents, and schools.
If you're a writer, I can guide you through the book development process, trace your narrative arc, and refine your book proposal. Need a little help finding your voice? Let's schedule some one-on-one sessions.
And for the tongue-tied, check out Everyday Words. I edit essays for college and graduate school applications, write family history books, and guide clients through wedding toasts and eulogies. When real life calls for real words, I'll help you get your heart on the page.
Let's talk. Write me at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell me about your upcoming project.
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Having been an editor herself, Constance understands the editorial process in a way that many professional writers don’t. She’s so easy to work with because she totally gets what’s needed.
Thank you for a stellar job. It was wonderful to assign a package and then not worry about it, knowing it will come in well written and well reported.
Constance is a gifted editor. Acting as part cheerleader, therapist and coach, her perceptive and sensitive approach has helped me find my voice.
LET'S CUT TO THE CHASE — MY BIO
I got my start at Vogue, writing promotional letters to fashion buyers. Before joining Self
magazine as a staff writer, I edited New Body, a small national magazine with an unfortunate name.
On my first day I got a desk, a phone, and a deadline. I was 23. Welcome to magazine boot camp.
In addition to Self, my articles have appeared in Redbook, Parents, Working Woman, Health,
Southern Home, Fitness, Ladies’ Home Journal, Harpers’ Bazaar and many more.
When Media General launched skirt! magazine, we built an audience so diverse and passionate
that the editor of the Richmond newspaper summoned me to his office to ask: How do you do it?
I've written websites, edited books, and dreamed up custom social media content.
People say I should specialize—but that's a little like choosing your favorite child:
I love them all.