Writely Me was created over two years ago by two single moms with a passion for writing and helping. They both knew how hard the writing journey is and wanted to create an outlet as well as a resource for new and overwhelmed writers. The goal at Writely Me is to help writers through products, courses, support and encouragement. If there is a question they can’t answer, they have many resources to help find it for you.
Outside of helping, the essence at Writely Me is to be real. These ladies don’t throw any punches. They know that writing is a process, it’s a journey, that it takes time, mixed with everyday life, it can become overwhelming. Writely Me wants to help take some of that stress away and point you in the right direction with resources to ease the writing discomfort.
The faces behind Writely Me know what it’s like to juggle jobs, motherhood, writing projects, bills, the list goes on. They want their readers to know they are not alone and there is always someone here to help. That help may come in different ways like needing help with edits, suggesting the best conferences to go to and other time’s it may simply be to remind someone why they love writing and why they should keep going. Life is not easy but when juggling multiple things at once there are times you forget to smile and need the extra help pushing through. Writely Me is your tour guide and confidante through your writing journey.
When Rachael isn't chasing after her young son or obsessing over a rom-com, she is pouring her heart into our next awesome blog post. As the spiritual heart of our team, Rachael is the one to talk to if you ever need a motivational pick me up or a meaningful conversation. She is a lover of all things sci-fi fantasy and aspires to get her manuscript "Trinity” published someday soon. Rachael’s goal is to have a positive impact on the world through her writing and work. J.K. Rowling has been her greatest influence and every Harry Potter fan she meets is an immediate friend. Rachael can also be found on her Youtube series “Real Talk with Rachael" where she interviews inspiring individuals to discover their secrets to accomplishing their dreams.
Jenna is a twentysomething go-getter who believes that a single book can change a life. Jenna has worked in publicity and marketing for a number of publishing houses including Penguin Random House and Running Wild Press. Currently she is working on novel number two, while juggling the handful of writing projects she has completed. Her short story “A Turn for the Worst” can be found in The Literary Hatchet. On her free time, Jenna can be found with her nose buried in a book, playing with her rambunctious toddler, or Netflix binging Vampire Diairies for the sixth time. Follow Jenna on Twitter @faccenda_jenna.