I'm a conversational copywriter. When you get down to brass buckles, that means I try to write as though I'm communicating with you, rather than at you. Sure, I may know something the reader doesn't — or be revealing a perspective they hadn't previously considered — but none of that changes the simple fact that as a conversational writer, I'm experiencing the story with you. It's showing, not telling. Sharing, not explaining. Entertaining, not instructing. It's powerful, because it invites the reader to come along for the ride.
I'm versatile! But here are some of the writing styles I use often and well.