Sorilbran Stone


There is something to be said for having a distinctive voice that can pierce through the incessant chatter. For Sorilbran, fearless transparency and the ability to deliver ideas stamped with her particular brand of urban geek has paved the way for yet another career for this serial entrepreneur.

Sorilbran Stone is an Atlanta-based information professional who earns her living as a ghost writer. Originally a Detroit native, Sorilbran began what she calls her “professional training” in the HR department of a Fortune 500 Company in the late 1990s. It was there that she was introduced to the term “restructuring” and the idea that there was no such thing as job security. With that understanding, she quickly acquired the skill set and confidence to venture out on her own. Over the years, Sorilbran has run companies in various industries including construction, retail, entertainment and the beauty industry. As well, she has invested a significant portion of her free time helping would-be entrepreneurs to organize and start businesses of their own.
Sorilbran has found a way to convert nearly two decades of first-hand small business entrepreneurial experience into effective and practical home business strategy. She has ghostwritten several books, and regularly delivers digital content under her own name. She is the author of The Wily Mompreneur productivity book series and writes on personal and professional development topics specifically targeted at women.

Sorilbran has written for Uptown Magazine and Profit Blog. Other digital credits include ownership of several blogs, including The Wily Writer; two content licensing sites – PLR Geek and Ghsotwritten eBooks; and droves of ghostwritten projects on Amazon, Smashwords, websites and other digital platforms. In 2014, Sorilbran published the first two eBooks from The Wily Mompreneur how-to book series, “70 Cool Home Businesses: For Women Who Think Outside the Box” and “How to Look Good on Paper.”
Sorilbran is a mother of three and award-winning musician. As for the moniker urban geek she says: “People need information and strategy so I’ve nominated myself the local Information Robin Hood. The geek in me synthesizes concepts and ideas. The sista in me spits it out in a way that folks can understand and apply what they’ve learned.”

Sorilbran’s upcoming projects include The Wily Mompreneur resource website, the launch of an online magazine, two more eBook titles for The Wily Mompreneur book series and two fiction eBooks.

Connect with Sorilbran on LinkedIn, follow @SorilbranS on Twitter and visit the Wily Mompreneur Books page on Facebook.

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How to Look Good on Paper
Price: $5.97 USD. Words: 15,240. Language: English. Published: June 27, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Careers / job hunting
What does a company get when it gets you? Every career woman should be able to identify and articulate her own professional value. How to Look Good on Paper is short self-marketing guide for today's career woman. It will give you practical tips and actionable steps to help you creating marketing collateral - resumes, cover letters, and biographies - that make an impact.

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