Our writing is different.

We write the content that your clients will read.

Helping you write & publish your book.

Creative branding to stand out from the competition.

Ghostwriting services to get your book off the ground.

What We Do

Aaxel Communications/Aaxel Author Services is a Montreal-based firm that's passionate about the written word. Whether it's writing your LinkedIn profile, your company newsletter, a blog or anything in between, our team delivers top-notch results every time. We have produced content for clients in a range of fields, including real estate, engineering, aerospace, event planning, tourism, life coaching, pet care and even wineries.

We also provide a turnkey solution for aspiring authors, which includes ghostwriting, editing and proofreading, book publishing and book marketing. Since every publishing journey is unique, our services are completely customizable according to your needs. 

We believe that words are just as important as your logo and the slider images on your website. Words have the power to inspire, persuade and impress. Whether you want your writing on your corporate website or on a bookstore shelf, our mission is the same: to transform ordinary words into extraordinary stories that will touch your customers or readers.

Do you want your words to be more powerful?
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Recent Posts

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