Grant P. Ferguson

It’s all about turning your idea into a novel.

I still remember the thrill of pulling that special book from the top shelf of the school library—no small feat for an under-tall sixth grader!

— Grant P. Ferguson

Researching, writing, editing, publishing, and marketing a novel takes time and effort. When you think about managing all those moving parts, doesn’t that sound like an huge project?

Today, I use my decades of project management experience to break down storytelling into bite-sized actions.

I love to encourage writers and their dreams of turning ideas into novels, but hate the fact that few actually do. What really breaks my heart is how many start but abandon their dreams.

I won’t pretend to be a best-selling author with dozens of high-ranking books. Instead, using my project experience and skills, I can help you turn an idea into a novel.

And one of the crucial skills honed during my career was the ability to read, understand, and convey essential lessons to achieve goals.

Think of it this way: I break down complex topics like structure, characters, plot, and theme into actionable tasks to help you fulfill your writing goals.

On a Personal Note

A recurring theme in my stories is how the spirit of God provides the love, power, and discipline to do more in life than we could ever hope for or imagine.

The Power of Stories

What’s the best thing about the future? It comes one choice at a time. Fortunately, informed decisions foreshadow probable outcomes.

Books have the power to influence choices made at life’s crossroads.

Top-quality fiction entertains, informs, and inspires. Through stories, readers learn the likely results of their choices, helping them transform their lives by avoiding negative consequences.

Through stories, you have the power to shape the lives of young and old.