Tammy Plunkett


I am a certified professional coach, an award-winning, best-selling, published author, and an entrepreneur. I wrote my first book at the tender age of 14. It seems I have always been both an avid reader and a writer—it truly is part of who I am. I wrote fiction as a stay at home mom and I wrote non-fiction while becoming a coach. Since starting my coaching practice, I had a burning passion to give women a voice, not surprisingly women mostly came to me for help with their writing. And I love every minute of it! Let’s take an idea, create a structure with that idea, write your book and then get your book published. You are a thought leader, it’s time to create your legacy. For more about my own writing go to www.TammyPlunkett.com

Lindsay Harle-Kadatz

Copy Writer and Ghostwriter

As a Content Strategist, Lindsay Harle-Kadatz helps companies save time, money and writing frustrations by turning their unique ideas into focused, engaging, and compelling content that closes sales faster. When not writing or spending time with her big red editing pen, Lindsay spends time with her two “under the desk employee” pups, Coco and Chase, and just enjoying life in general (AKA: eating and drinking wine).

Linda Poitevin

Copy Editor

With more than 15 years of experience as a copy editor for both corporate and private clients, Linda Poitevin brings a unique skill set to editing projects. As a writer herself, Linda knows the importance of preserving a client’s ‘voice’ while still maintaining a critical eye for detail. Linda’s past projects have included government websites, legal papers, self-help books, and a wide variety of genre fiction.

Brenda Heald

Developmental Editor

A writer, first and foremost, Brenda Heald has spent over 25 years perfecting her skills as a communications jack-of-all-trades. She holds a Hons. B.A. in psychology and an M.A. in journalism, and has worked extensively with not-for-profit national associations and membership organizations. Among her most rewarding challenges has been the opportunity to help authors (even those who claimed they were not) to craft the story they dreamt of telling in their own words. Brenda also writes fiction and is published in contemporary women’s fiction under the name Brenda Gayle.

Paula Cowan


Paula Cowan spent 12 years as a Behaviour Therapist teaching communication systems and strategies to autistic children and their families. She found her inner writer in the process. While still working as a therapist, she began a blog offering teaching tips for parents to complement their child’s therapy after hours. Since then Paula has segued into more diverse subject matter such as Career Change, Personal Finance, Health & Wellness, New Age etc. Renown for cutting through the extraneous to get to the root of the problem, Paula gets below the surface and draws out what her clients truly want to say. Paula is also a Career Strategist who serves clients considering or beginning a career transition. She guides them in exploring options then deciding and planning their new direction.