What a dream it is to write a book—to take this idea that’s been inside you and give it form, to see others stirred by what you have to say, or delighted by the story you tell.
WordVirgin is here to help you make your dream come true. We are writers, editors, publicists, storytellers, and—most of all—readers, who love the written word and have the knowledge and skill to help you toward your goal.
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What a dream it is...
WordVirgin is part wordsmith, part indie publishing platform, and part boutique social-marketer...
We offer our services to those who want to self-publish without the stigma. With the right advice and editorial support from us, you can e-publish your book, your way.
WordVirgin will nurture ideas and help develop your plots and presentation. We'll help you find the right words and the right voice. Then we can provide superior editing and proofreading for your book.
Once we've polished your prose, we'll advise you on choosing the all-important cover--one designed to sell your book to your target market.
We can provide counsel and connections that will help you format your book for various e-publishing platforms, such as Amazon, iBooks, and Barnes & Noble.
WordVirgin's boutique marketing and social marketing campaigns will get your book in front of your readers and drive up sales. We can produce video "trailers" for YouTube and write and distribute media releases with a flare for combining traditional and new media to garner attention from book reviewers, as well as readers.
You’re obviously the creative type. We can riff off that.
We’re indie and synergistic. That means we can customize our work to fit your specific needs and work with your creative ideas to come up with a campaign that reflects your personal style. Best of all, WordVirgin does not take any royalties. You pay us only for the services you require.
WordVirgin Indie Author:
Ronald Lee Geigle Writes a Rowdy, Environmental Love Letter to the Great Northwest of the 1930s
By Ronald Lee Geigle
Everything is broken. The foundations of society have been split wide open by the Great Depression. Yet the people and their dreams persevere.
Blasting railways into the side of mountains, scaling Douglas firs that tower 200 feet. These visions draw 18-year-old Albert Weissler to a job with the Skybillings Logging Company in the high mountains of Washington State. But a train crash on a mountainside that kills a friend, and Albert’s discovery that it was sabotage,
quickly dash boyhood dreams and launch a saga of love, grand dreams, and
transformation in the turbulent world of big-timber logging and labor unrest in
This is The Woods, part coming of age story, part historical novel. It is the story of Albert learning to survive in a dangerous and unforgiving environment; Albert’s mother, Lydia, struggling to restart her life after Albert’s father is killed in the woods; WWI veteran and Skybillings owner, Bud Cole, trying to rebuild his dream after the market crash destroyed him; and savvy firebrand Clare Ristall campaigning to win a political election, build a new union – and win Lydia’s love.
The Woods is a beautiful panorama of lives and dreams during
one of the most defining moments of American history, as have’s and have-not’s,
the powerful and the ordinary, struggle to survive in the wake of economic
upheaval. This is a book that paints the inner complexities and nuances of its
characters as beautifully as it portrays the raw splendor of the Northwest’s ice-topped peaks and unrelenting natural power of the woods themselves.