Where Writers Win is a collaborative team of experts in social media, website development and media training who met in the publishing arena, then began brainstorming how to bring each of our services together, in an economical way that would make sense to emerging authors. Our cumulative experience with a variety of publishing platforms and the wide range of skills we provide allows us to deliver turnkey solutions to emerging authors!

Jennifer Buddin, Every Busy Woman LLC

jennifer.casualJennifer Buddin is a proud wife, mother of two boys and an entrepreneur. As founder and president of Every Busy Woman LLC, a boutique publishing house specializing in print, web and social media projects, she publishes The Little Black Book for every busy woman®, the word-of-mouth directory for women since 2000.

An enthusiastic community volunteer, she is privileged to work with her Neighborhood Association, Old Towne Charleston District Task Force, Charleston County Distinguished Young Women Scholarship Program, the National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship and the Center for Women.  

EveryBusyWomanIn 2005, she received the Charleston Regional Business Journal’s “Forty Under 40” Award and in 2010, was named one of Stiletto Woman Magazine’s “25 Amazing Women of the Year”.

Jennifer performs comedy improv at Theatre 99 in Charleston as part of the main stage cast as well as in the groups Mary Kay has a Posse and Hot Pants. She is a speaker, consultant and enthusiastic cheerleader for people living consciously and powerfully.

As a team member of Where Writers Win, Buddin designs author websites through our created series of author templates that allow for the implementation of custom websites emerging authors at a fraction of the custom website price, while still allowing full functionality, training, and the ability for authors to consistently update their own website easily to keep content relevant.

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