Elizabeth Silverstein Writing provides narrative long-form stories that show the pauses and difficulties in the past that led to the triumphs in the present.

The best stories take time, but are instrumental in providing a voice for an individual, business, or organization because the reasons behind what happened are just as important as what happened. We all spin our own interpretation on a story, and having as much information as possible clarifies intent. Share the entire narrative in chapters–on your website, blog, press releases, and social media.

Each new announcement, innovation, or event is another chance to build on the story, and move forward.

I’m all about the things in life that take time: nonprofits, craft-based businesses, dog training, relationships, and food. I’m interested in success that has struggled. Triumphs that took awhile. I find and connect the dots in your narrative that led you to your current moment.

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