For writers who have already completed the online course, and who are looking for a little more direct instruction, I offer one-to-one writing coaching via Skype. I recommend this level of involvement for anyone who is working on a specific project (a book, a blog, etc) and could use some support along the way.
I only take on two clients at a month, so submit your request as soon as you’re ready.
About your coach
I’ve been teaching and coaching writers for the past ten years. I have a Bachelors degree in English (Writing and Literature) and a Masters in Teaching, with an emphasis in writing.
I have worked as a full-time professional writer since 2010.
I’ve written several eBooks and published my first print book in 2013 called Packing Light: Thoughts on living life with Less Baggage. I’ve also been involved in over 20 book projects with other authors—everything from support roles to ghostwriting.
I’ve written for dozens of online platforms, including Donald Miller’s Storyline Blog, The Art of Simple, RELEVANT Magazine and Huffington Post.
As an owner and managing editor of a small online platform, I managed over 30 writers over the course of two years, working with them on a monthly basis to help them hone and develop their skills. Since then, I’ve also worked with hundreds of writers in a one-on-one coaching setting, working to help them achieve their writing goals.
I would love to help you too!
The process varies from person-to-person, based on the project I’m helping you complete. But the gist of it looks like this:
- We meet twice each month via Skype
- On our call, I give you a list of assignments to help you make progress toward your writing goals.
- Between meetings, you complete the assignments I gave you and send them to me for my review. I make notes and specific comments for how you can improve and send my notes back to you so we can discuss during our next meeting.
- We continue to meet weekly via Skype until you feel ready to continue the project on your own.
Writing coaching is one of the best parts of my job. One of the reasons I love it so much is I see people make incredible progress over the time we spend together.
If you’re working on a book project, I can see you complete or nearly complete your manuscript. If you come to me with a completed manuscript, I could see your manuscript come alive in a whole new way. If you’re working to become more consistent or effective with your blogging efforts, I could see you improve your skills by leaps and bounds.
Obviously, it’s different for everyone. But here are some of the immediate benefits you can see from one-on-one coaching.
- Heightened confidence in your ability as a writer
- A new set of skills to push your writing to the next level
- Accountability to create a writing schedule and keep you on track.
- Focused and honest feedback to bring out the best writer in you.
- The support you need to overcome blockages and insecurities getting in your way.
- A deeper understanding of your voice—what really makes you unique as a writer.
Don’t let one more day go by without investing in the writer already inside of you. He or she is dying to come out.
The cost for one-on-one coaching is $500 per month. This includes the bi-weekly Skype calls, assignments and feedback. I also have “office hours” each week, during which I can respond to any additional questions that come up during the writing process, between our weekly calls.
Click here to learn more about how to register for one-on-one writing coaching.