Content expert, writer, and editor Nan Price has spent the last 20+ years helping businesses and individuals create engaging content that makes an impact and reaches the appropriate audience.
Nan enjoys working with people who are passionate about their work and their community. She has developed all types of content including in-depth interviews, bylined and ghost-written blogs, marketing materials, newsletters, and social media posts for a variety of businesses—from healthcare and technology to B2B and personal care.
A lover of strong lattes and deserted beaches, Nan lives in Connecticut with her feisty teenager and feistier cat.
A Q&A with the Publish Your Purpose Press Team
1. How did you come to work with PYP?
I was introduced to Jenn Grace by our business advisor, who is a mutual friend. I actually worked for the PYP team for a couple of years before meeting Jenn in person—I’m incredibly glad we finally met.
2. What do you enjoy the most about your work?
What I love most is also the most challenging. I call it untangling the knot. It’s really editing and refining.
3. What are your favorite books or genre?
I’ve always been a fan of fiction, one of my favorites is The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón.
4. How do you spend your free time?
Ideally outside. I love nature, especially the beach. I enjoy hiking and kayaking and I’ve been learning to fish, which is an exercise in patience. I also never say no to a latte or checking out new, local coffee shops.
5. If you could have dinner with anyone, past or present, who would it be?
Anthony Bourdain. I would eat anything put on my plate if it meant sharing a meal with him.
6. What is one thing very few people know about you?
Tough question, since one thing most people do know about me is, I am an open book.
7. How would you define your purpose?
I’ve always been known as a person who brings people together. I love connecting people. I’m also passionate about storytelling—really helping someone find their voice and share their message.
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Regardless of where you are searching on the Internet you are going to find major discrepancies in the price of services. On one website you’ll see to expect to pay $5 for a book cover and on another website you’ll see $5,000. These ranges can be utterly overwhelming and stop a new author dead in their tracks from proceeding forward.
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