I attended the re:Create conference earlier this year and during [...]
About Alice SullivanA natural-born storyteller, I’ve written over 40 books and edited over 1,300 titles since 2001. In addition to the 11 New York Times bestsellers I've edited, other books have achieved Amazon bestseller status and won several awards, such as Readers’ Favorite, Living Now Book Award, and Nashville’s Best Local Children’s Book Award. I specialize in memoir, business leadership, and personal growth because I am drawn to transparent stories and practical advice. I love helping clients identify their goals and messages, and creating engaging content to connect with their target markets. My favorite projects challenge my point of view and expand my knowledge. I’ve written for Forbes, Hay House, Thomas Nelson Publishers, Harper Collins, Abingdon Press, Made for Grace Publishing, World Net Daily, Changing Lives Press, Carpenters Son Publishing, Clovercroft, and KN Literary Arts. My notable clients include Jen Hatmaker, Dave Ramsey, Donald Miller, Michael Hyatt, Mastin Kipp, Danette May, Shaquille O’Neal, Manny Pacquiao, George Foreman III, pro-surfer Mark Visser, Lee Greenwood, Thomas Steinbeck, Pam Tillis, Bill Cosby, Tony Jeary, Bill Bennett, and Judge Andrew Napolitano. In my free time, I play several sports and travel as often as possible. I’ve paddle boarded in Thailand, sailed to Tortola in the British Virgin Islands, hiked Machu Picchu, surfed the icy waters of New England, and coached a month-long writing workshop in Bali. Thanks to binge-watching Forged in Fire, I’ve recently signed up for a German Longsword class. Although I live in Nashville, Tennessee, I work with authors all over the world. I’m always up for an adventure, near or far. Life is one big story, and I can’t wait to help you tell yours.
I had a great talk with a new friend last [...]
Last week, fellow writer and editor, Amy Parker, called me out [...]
On August 3, 2014, I climbed Mt. Hope in Colorado [...]
In the wonderful world of book publishing, everything comes in [...]
A friend of mine, Alece Ronzino, posted an article called 100 Things About Me and asked others to do the same. And (so nice of her) she said we could do whatever number we wanted. So I’m doing 30. Because I’m lazy. Er…working.
Steinbeck: Citizen Spy has been the most exciting project to work [...]
We all do it. I do it…sometimes more often than [...]
The IRS is not your friend. Or mine. But Stacy [...]
In the sincerest form of flattery I can muster at [...]