Writing. I Seduce With Words and I Don’t Mind if You Pay Me. I’m a Pro.

If you need a fresh, engaging and human voice to connect with your people then I’m the writer for you.

I’m an online copywriter so I create sassy, substantial brand narratives and tightly messaged copy that engages readers and search engines.

And, after all of that, I still have time to teach YOU how to make your web pages and blog posts sing. It isn’t all pixie dust, all the time.

I’m lying. I sprinkle it all with sparkles which means I give great copy.

Want some? Beat the drums, send me love notes, and promise to pay me exorbitant amounts of money. I’ll write for you.


Every once and awhile you come across an emerging writer who is so authentic that their work is citrus-fresh and nourishing. And you think, “lot’s of heart, but B+ skill.” And then once in a blue moon you find a writer who not only has something piercingly insightful to say, but they have a talent for the medium, and you think: STAR QUALITY. I introduce you to: Kelly Diels.”

– Danielle LaPorte, author of The Firestarter Sessions and Style Statement

“Your writing is the equivalent of a blow to the head with a beautiful sledge hammer of truth.”

– Josh, Hanagarne, author of World’s Strongest Librarian

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