The Writer

CONTENT WRITING SERVICES offered by J. Parrish Lewis

Oh, my. You need a writer.

Wouldn’t you know it? You’ve found one. I’ll end the suspense—it’s me.

If you’re looking for a writer with an eye for tackling any task with a creative approach, I’d be glad to work with you! If you’re looking for something a little more dull, well, that’ll depend on whether I’ve got extra bills to pay. I mean, I COULD write something dull, if you like.

Wouldn’t you rather, however, have me use a literary bellows of creativity to breathe life into an idea, turning and churning it into a tumultuous fire of words and concepts? I know what sparks my own interest!

Among other content, I can write:

  • Blog posts or articles that give your readers “all the feels!”
  • E-mail newsletters that engage your followers
  • Social media content that truly connects people to your brand
  • Print collateral that won’t end up tossed in the recycling bin
  • Short e-books that maximize your impact
  • Website copy that keeps visitors lingering online
  • Grant proposals that compel foundations to take heed

My inbox at jpl (at) munkymind (dot) com is waiting for your e-mail. Please put I NEED CONTENT! in the subject heading—or some creative title that’ll convince me it’s not spam, yes?—and spell out the details. I’ll fire back a quote as soon as my fire-breathing dragon recharges.

J. Parrish Lewis writes. He is also the author of The Goblin Road, a fantasy novel, and The Rabbit List. He was born and raised in Maryland.  In his youth there, he and his brother had many adventures in the dogwood forests near his home.  His nostalgia for these adventures has strongly influenced his characters, their relationships, and their perspective on the world they inhabit.  He moved to California’s coast to earn his degree in communications and now lives with his family in the San Joaquin Valley.  Lewis is profoundly deaf and uses American Sign Language to communicate.  He enjoys hazelnut coffee, captioned movies, and meditating with his dogs.

Favorite post: You are always you, no matter how much you change