Get Your Copy of Making Words Work
Available in softcover, ebook, and audiobook formats.
You can also purchase English language editions via Amazon in other international markets.
You are 100% capable of creating brilliant content!
Making Words Work will help you:
- Strengthen your creativity and gain confidence in your writing skills.
- Plan, research, and organize properly, so you can write faster and easier.
- Create a first draft that already has a bit of style and substance.
- Use easy editing techniques to elevate the quality of your content.
- Write smarter instead of harder, and truly enjoy your work.
Amazon Reviews for Making Words Work
Was expecting helpful tips on content writing, which I got. But I was also pleasantly surprised by what a fun, easy read it was. Really enjoyed this book and will be revisiting to keep me on track!
Hi! I’m Kim Scaravelli.
Since you've scrolled down this far, it's safe to say that you're still contemplating whether to buy my book. I get it.
Maybe you're worried that reading about writing will be a snore-fest. Or maybe you secretly believe that the ability to write well is a gift from the Gods, and you either HAVE IT or you DON'T.
I'm here to tell you that you're wrong on both counts. Playing with words is fun and anyone can learn how to write powerful content. It just takes a bit of time and practice.
Whether you're already writing content, or you're just pondering the possibility, I know you've got what it takes, because you're already motivated to improve. You're poking around on this page because you're looking for writing tips - and advice from someone who knows what they're talking about.
I've been working as a content writer and content consultant for 20+ years. It's not a side hustle! It's how I pay my mortgage and put my children through university. Trust me... when it comes to making words work, I know what I'm talking about.
Thank you for visiting this page and for pondering the purchase of my book. If you decide to buy it, I hope it lives up to your expectations. And if you aren't in a book-buying mood, that's okay. There's always tomorrow!