Our Superpower: Your Peace of Mind

Our work for you can be summarized in two words:

  1. Done
  2. Right

Once we've agreed on a course of action, you never need to think about it again if you don't want to.

It will be done.

It will be right.

We Are Not Hired Guns

That work you need done, and done right? We won't be sitting around waiting for you to tell us what to do.

We're business owners ourselves. Have been for years. We're also nonfiction authors (many times over.) We know what it takes operate the business of being a nonfiction author.

When you hire Ausoma, we become your partners, not hired hands waiting to be told what to do. Proactive. That's the word you're looking for, isn't it?

Oak Trees and Marathons

We do not deliver quick fixes.

We do not cut corners.

We do not spam, annoy, pester, alienate, or trick anyone into reacting to your marketing message.

You're better than that.

Marketing is a marathon, not a sprint. You're not growing grass in your lawn, you're establishing an oak tree to last a lifetime—and perhaps beyond.

We're marathoners, metaphorically at least. We believe in oak trees.

As long as you need a marketing message for your nonfiction writing, we'll be around to deliver it.

Customer Service Superheroes

Our customer service goal is not just to meet your expectations, but to exceed them.

Okay, that's not true. Our real goal is to crush them to a fine powder, throwing them under Charon's keel to drift down the River Styx, never to be heard from again. We want your expectations to know they don't hold a candle to the reality we deliver.

There is, though, an obstacle. (If you've seen Joel and Ethan Coen's film "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" you may pronounce it 'ob-STACK-le' if you like.)

We Have Voluntarily Relinquished One of Our Superpowers

Mind-reading.

Yes, while it may seem tragic to live without such a magnificent ability, we have decided that, if we are going to live among humans as humans, relinquishing superpowers makes us more approachable; easier to deal with.

After the Age of Three No One Likes Surprises

We assume you don't, anyway.

This is where you come in: for us to pulverize your expectations, you have to tell us what they are.

Rather than surprise you by firing the starting gun on a project you weren't ready to launch yet or spending money to order something you haven't explicitly asked for, we will do everything in our no-longer-super power to know what you need, and verify it with you before we proceed.

However, if you just tell us, that works, too.

Signed,

Jorel and Sueperwoman

Why This Matters So Much to Us

When Sue was little, she asked her father for a desk.

She wanted to sit at the end of the hallway, at her bedroom door, pretending to be the secretary for all the important people whose offices were behind the doors up and down that hallway.

You're right, that is an odd play choice for a little girl.

Her father? Of course he got her the desk. Because he knew, even then, that she could do anything.

Her father believed in her. And though he's been gone for many years, she still lives up to his expectations and the love in her memories of a special man.

Here at Ausoma, some of us still believe Sue can do anything.

Just watch.