You know who you are, what you do and why you do it. But an organization, campaign, book or blog doesn’t come to life until you reach the right people with a meaningful story. This is where I can help.

I invite you to sit down, tell me your tale  and let me craft or hone marketing content, digital copy or business documents that connect you with where you’re going and the impact you want to make when you get there. Or, if you’re a do-it-yourselfer, let me coach you through the writing process as you bring your own book, blog or cause to life.

I look forward to working with you!


Your ideas, experiences, products, services, work and contributions are worthy of carefully crafted, dynamic content. Sometimes you just need someone with the right skills to listen and be willing to help. Together we can tell your story powerfully and truthfully, so it makes the impact you want to make. With words, we will connect you with your objectives, whether they are about the bottom line or much more.



Writing coaching services are customized to meet the needs of each client. You may only  need  a one-time troubleshooting session to help with a project, work document or story issue. Or you may need a more structured   series of sessions to:

  • help you get back into writing after time away
  • start  or  restart  your  book or blog
  • tap into your innate creativity
  • overcome writing habits or fears
  • get past a block
  • find and manage your writing time

…or whatever else you may  need  to address.

Some of Rebecca’s coaching guidance wrapped up neatly in some blogs for your perusal:

Six Reality Checks for New Authors

Why Losing Your Work is the Best Thing that Could Possibly Happen

Your Story Matters: Finding Your Authentic  Voice  and a Way to Share It

A Writer Lets Go: Knowing When It’s Time to Move On


  • Web  content
  • Writing  coaching
  • Brochures
  • Guest blogs
  • Ghostwriting
  • Speeches/presentation decks
  • eNewsletters/eBlasts
  • Internal communications


Rates are customized  based on the unique needs of each client and project. But we understand generality  isn’t helpful when you’re trying to budget. So, here’s an idea…

Writing/content development: $85 per hour

Editing services: $30-$60 per hour

Writing coaching: One-time one-hour sessions $75, including critique of up to 5,000 words (approximately 20 manuscript-formatted pages). Prepaid packages of 4, 6 and 8 or more sessions are available on a sliding scale. All sessions held via Skype, Facetime or phone. If you live in Vancouver, BC, I’m happy to hold in-person sessions.

Please contact Rebecca for more  information.


about-imageRebecca is a writer and writing coach with 20 years experience creating content that tells a story, informs, inspires action and exceeds expectations. As both an in-house writer for companies like Nationwide and Ketchum and as a freelance writer, she has supported and driven successful campaigns of every shape and size. As a writing coach, she has helped  both experienced and newbie authors and bloggers bring their projects to life.

My book was going nowhere. I’d sat on a single plot point for seven years and just could not get past it. My boss set me up for a coaching trial run with Rebecca, and I noticed a change immediately. By teaching me how to manage my time better and set realistic daily expectations, Rebecca actually got me past that plot point and gave me the tools I needed to stay on task despite daily fatigue and distractions. With her help, I remembered why I love writing and have a system in place that will take me to the conclusion of my first book and beyond. 

–Kyle Jarrett, writer, executive assistant, Smile TV

Her memoir, Cancer Happens: Coming of Age with Cancer (Capital Books), received glowing reviews from publications across the country, including the LA Times and Cleveland Plain Dealer. In her blog  Laugh at the Sky, Kid  she wrote about creative expression, conscious living, conscious parenting and personal growth. As a weekly contributor to the popular Curiouscast podcast When Life Gives You Parkinson’s, she  shares  her story about being a partner in Parkinson’s with her husband Larry Gifford. She recently  developed a workshop based on her coaching tools that is offered in Vancouver, BC.

Current and former content development clients include Omegasonics, Bonneville Communications, American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators, Michael and Raphaelle Tamura, The Lefko Group/Conscious Leadership Connection, Time Warner Cable, FedEx, Ketchum, Nationwide Insurance, and the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation.

Rebecca created sharp, focused, action-producing writing that has motivated clients to purchase products from us at a faster clip. She was able to research and produce product with minimal meetings. A superb marketing writer.

–Frank Pedeflous, president, Omegasonics

Rebecca’s diverse experience and understanding of market nuances and the creative process are a direct result of her semi-nomadic existence. As Tolkien would say, she wanders a bit, but is seldom lost. While she grew up in Dayton, OH, and graduated with honors from Ohio University’s E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, she has lived and worked all over the country, including in Los Angeles, New York, Seattle, San Luis Obispo, CA, Hartford, CT, and Columbus, OH. Currently, Rebecca  makes Vancouver, BC, her home, along with her husband Larry, her son who she homeschools part-time, and the koi in their backyard pond.



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