An Exciting (Scary) New Venture

Don is an excellent writer and is now heading into support services for authors. Spread the word if you can.

Author Don Massenzio

I launched my author blog about three years ago and have watched it grow beyond anything I’d hoped. I’ve met many great people as I’ve made some friendships and have helped some authors along the way.

As luck would have it, I lost my day job about two months ago and I’m still in search of regular employment to keep the lights on and put food on the table.

The silver lining that emerged from this is that I’m embarking on a new venture. During the past year, I have edited books for a few select authors as kind of a pilot and test launch of a set of services that I hoped to turn into a business. My extra ‘free time’ and my need to generate some income, I’m launching a book editing/formatting service formally as a separate WordPress site.

For authors that take advantage of these services, I’m…

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  1. Best wishes to Don. Hugs to you both.

    1. Thank you, Teagan.

  2. So sorry about the job loss, Don. But, as they say, “one door closes, another opens.” Best of luck with your new venture!

    1. Thanks so much.

  3. Wishing you the best, Don. I experienced a surprise job loss myself about 7 years ago. At the time, I thought it was the worst thing that could happen, but I ended up in a better place…you will too!

    1. Great advice, Jill. I ended up retired at 50. Try to find a new job at 50. (I reinvented myself and did just that)

    2. Thanks, Jill. I am trying to make the best of it.

  4. Wonderful new enterpise, Don. I may be calling for your services soon. Best of luck.

    1. Thank you, Micki.

    2. Any time, Micki. I have a great deal of ‘free time’ at present.

  5. Thanks for sharing this, John.

  6. Best wishes to Don regarding his new venture and in search of a new day job. Thanks so much for sharing, John. I will keep Don’s website handy.

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