you want to write a truly exceptional story...and then you want to share it with the world {instead of just your bff}.

You aren’t interested in publishing just another Amazon ebook. You want to write an outstanding book. A novel like Pride and Prejudice, a fantasy like Narnia, a nonfiction book like Daring Greatly.

Well, we go together like macaroni and cheese.


Turns out we aren’t born knowing how to write a truly wonderful story. (Who knew, right?) You’ve got a story to tell and you want to tell it well, but you don’t really know how to make it the noteworthy, wonderful, stirring story you want it to be.

You bring the story and I bring the skills.

I’ll come alongside you {like C.S. Lewis did for J.R.R Tolkien} and help you take your story from shoved-in-a-drawer-and-forgotten to haunting-readers-long-after-the-last-page.


Check out what my lovely writers are saying about working with me!


“Ashly’s feedback was the kind of talking I try to use with myself: clear input about areas of weakness and how to address them, sandwiched between affirmation and praise.”

Stephanie Ascough - Fantasy Writer


“Four months ago I told my husband my book wasn't happening: I just couldn't do it. Today, I have almost 600 people on my book launch team. Ashly is the one who made that happen.
Wherever you are in the process of writing your book, you need to contact Ashly.”

Sarah Funk - Author of How to Start a Flower Farm


“Thanks to Ashly, I went from a disorganized manuscript to a cohesive first draft. Ashly provided excellent support and honest, constructive feedback. She was always nimble in her offerings and adjusted her services along the way to fit my developing needs.”

Alyssa DeRose - Nonfiction Writer

Get the Four Essential Steps to Finishing Your Book Guide!

Tired of always wanting to write but never writing? Tired of having that nagging feeling that you want to finish your book, but never making it happen?


I hear you loud and clear. Writing is a long game and many helpful articles and blog posts don't address this, offering quick fixes and suggestions that are good in theory but difficult in practice.  

But there is a method that can get you results--not instant ones, because easy come, easy goand you get what you pay for (and other proverbial truths that you already know). Instead of putting out quick fixes, I've created a four step process to finishing your book that will actually get you across that coveted finish line.

It's simple, but not easy. Effective, but not quick.

Most importantly it can be completely tailored to your specific writing situation. Click here to get the Four Essential Steps to Finishing Your Book. These are the steps I use with my clients that get them from random jumble of chapters and plot summaries to completed book.

Ready to make it happen for real this time? 

How to Finish Your Book - The Ultimate Guide