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First, I align your content with your mission to attract the right clientele. Next, I share your content on the proper channels for your business - channels that will return on your investment. In the end, your brand will emerge as the victor, having more clients that are interested in purchasing what you have to offer.
M. L. Childs loves writing fiction and non-fiction books that explore various occult subjects including secret societies, paranormal occurrences, and alternative healing.
Aside from her book writing ventures, M. L. Childs also owns her own writing company in the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia. She has written for various clients including Bob Vila, Fixr, Upscale Magazine, Black EOE Journal, Ancient Origins, and many more.
In addition to book and content writing, M.L. Childs runs a self-improvement blog helping readers create the life they want to live.
M.L. Childs was inspired to write The Vital Sacrifice after countless hours of listening to history lectures in undergraduate school that were devoid of drama. The Vital Sacrifice fuses fiction, history, fantasy and drama together to create a paranormal tale that re-introduces the Western world to the Eastern concept of the genie.
The Vital Sacrifice can be best described as "Dracula meets The Phantom of The Opera."
M.L. Childs was inspired to write The Missing Link after many years of becoming frustrated with practicing the Law of Attraction and failing at it over and over again. The Missing Link hones in on the ‘believe and receive’ part of the Law of Attraction and pinpoints how to keep the faith through this very challenging part of the manifestation phase.
I always had a desire to write since I was a little girl. In elementary school, my writing lab teacher, Ms. Cherry, encouraged my skill and offered me my first thesaurus. She also acted as my first literary agent, sharing my “work” with anyone who cared to look at it. I got my first break at the 5th-grade graduation when my principal read one of my poems to the graduating class. I knew then that I had a skill that could change the world, and it has stuck with me until this day.