Andrea Susan Glass, CEO of WritersWay, is a leader in personal and professional development book coaching, ghostwriting, and copyediting of books and ebooks. She prides herself on being flexible and easy to work with, providing successful solutions and building satisfying relationships with her clients. WritersWay assists both emerging and seasoned authors in reaching their writing goals on time, on track, and on budget!
Andrea’s professional writing experience spans a 30-year period where she has written for newspapers, magazines, businesses, and individuals. She's the bestselling author of Your Fabulous First Book: How to Write with Clarity, Confidence & Connection. As an award-winning ghostwriter and copyeditor, she has written and/or edited several hundred books and ebooks on subjects ranging from business and alternative health to memoir and fantasy fiction. She is the recipient of the 2001 San Diego Book Award for the best “how-to” book. Additionally, Andrea teaches “Marketing for Copyeditors” and “Building a Business Around Writing” for UCSD (University of California San Diego) Extension, and has taught several webinars and workshops on writing and publishing.
Andrea’s memberships in professional trade associations include San Diego Professional Editors Network, Publishers & Writers of San Diego, San Diego Writers Ink, and San Diego Writers & Editors Guild. Her hobbies and interests include organic gardening, healthy cooking, crafting (mostly beading and mosaics), reading, word games, volunteering, and napping with her cat!
Partial Client List
Sharon Lund, Our Sacred Loving Companions
R.J. Smith, The Invisible World
Paul N. Larsen, Find Your Voice as a Leader
Jeff Wilson, Brain Shift
Ann Ross, Wedding Cake
Nikki Duplisea, Third Chance Love
Jeannine Marzella, The 7 Second Miracle
Paul Campbell, Dads & Daughters
Lisa Nordquist, Love Yourself Fit
Thalia Poulos, From Disorganized to Organized Beautifully
R. F. Hemphill, Dust Tea, Dingos, and Dragons
Ned Steele, Paying It Forward
Katy Gotshabi, Personal Branding 101: How To Develop Your Brand With Ease
Kim St. Claire, More Than Just a Dog
Marilyn Mitchell, Is There a Choice?
Tom Caprio, ABC: Always Be Closing
Amy Alcini, Symphony Upon My Soul
Barbara Rachko, From Pilot to Painter
Linda Nickey, Nana Says: Everything I Know I Learned on the Farm
Mary Platis and Laura Basher, Cooking Techniques with Olive Oil