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Do you want your story to fit the usual mold? Or would you rather write a book that’s custom-fit to your needs? That's the difference between a ghostwriter and a collaborator.
Sheila M. Trask
For many, the thought of writing a book can bring on questions, fears, and anxieties. RTC is here to guide you through those emotions and help you unearth the story you were meant to tell.
Annie Rose Stathes
RTC believes in the collaborative team approach when it comes to bringing your story to life. Read more about how ghostwriting isn't necessarily the best option for your book.
Heidi Jon Schmidt
When we choose vulnerability, we often do so with a particular intention in mind and a hope that fulfilling the intention will improve our own or others’ lives in some way.
We are turning vulnerability into a lifeline and creating connection. RTC invites you to start with your heart and turn your audience into a work of art.
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How did our clients describe their book writing experience with us?
Doubting his own abilities, Mark Carlson turned to RTC to help him write his book.
Ron Hill, Chief Enrichment Officer of Redemption Plus, shares his thoughts on writing his story.
Sarah's hunt for an agent to help her launch her own book is what led her to RTC. Her heart, optimism, brilliance, and encouragement is what made her a beautiful fit.
The love of reading captured Sheila's heart at a young age and sent her on the path to becoming a librarian. Writing was the next natural step along her journey of twists and and turns. We are glad it led her to RTC.
Kelsey Schurer is an artist in every sense of the word. Not only does she create magic with a paintbrush, but she also creates it with words, bringing them to life and helping others do the same.
It's easy to name some of the "negatives" that this worldwide pandemic has caused. But in the midst of those, lies a sea of positive that we need to grab hold of and cherish long after it ends.
Mary Anna Rodabaugh
What is the story that you present to the world? Do you allow the truest part of yourself to be shown? When you reveal your vulnerable side, that is when you open yourself up to living out the fullness of your story.
Hugs, laughter roaring at a punchline, hugs, physical affection of all kinds...then a virus arrived and these small pleasures have come to an end. Take two minutes and watch this beautiful creation.