About Me

I have been a freelance ghostwriter since January 1, 2012. Since then, I have covered a range of topics from animals to travel. My interests are quite diverse and I enjoy learning new things. I am a work-at-home father and have several awesome children who inspire me to do more with my life.

Why Did I Develop WriterSanctuary.com?

I don’t believe that anyone should have to pay if they want to work. Too many sites out there require an upfront fee in order to “share” information that is readily available through a Google search. This site is dedicated to helping professional writers, like myself, find their way in the world while making it as profitable as possible. I never charge for information, and everything I learn along the way is featured on this site. You’ll never have to worry about a “premium” account in order to gain the knowledge I have. Hopefully, I’ll be able to help others find the success I enjoy.

My Ultimate Goal as a Writer

Eventually, I’d love to either work on my blogs full-time or publish a few of my own books in order to pay the bills. I don’t necessarily want to be rich, but being able to stop the Internet from being shut off at the house would be greatly beneficial. One of my goals is to have at least one book on my shelf in my library with my name as the author.


I love writing. As a result, I manage two main blogs while putting effort into my creative writing on Wattpad. I have a few others that need some work, but Writer Sanctuary and Crossing Colorado are my two most focused projects. I don’t make a lot of money on them yet, but it’s still quite fun to engage others and share my knowledge.

Published Writing

I started actually writing on Wattpad in 2016. I decided that I wanted more out of writing and needed to add more creativity to my life. So far, I have completed a few pieces and plan on uploading a lot more in the future. Even though I don’t get paid for these pieces, it’s still an incredible experience. This is especially true since I get to see my name in print along side many other authors.

More About Me

Currently, my average is $16.12 per hour - when I'm writing. The amount of pay you get fluctuates with different clients and different orders. However, this is an average of what I make as of 2016.
At the moment, I am quite fond of Textbroker.com. In the last four years, it has been the site that's made me the most money. I know there are plenty more out there, but I find myself quite busy with all of the teams and clients on my daily lists.
I have several stories published on Wattpad.com and plan on adding far more in the future. It's my goal to work out my writing style on this platform before submitting my work to publishing houses.
Currently, I have two blogs that I maintain on a daily basis. Technically, I own several domains. But I don't really have the time to develop all of them like I want.
Absolutely. I create content all the time when I think to myself, "This would go great in WriterSanctuary.com." Unfortunately, I have no rights to the content once it leaves my control. Sometimes I'll try to emulate the piece or take the topic a different direction, but it just doesn't seem to come out like the original that I wrote for the client.
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