Exciting News & One Spot Left
Book Coaching Never Looked so Good
Just one for July too. Keep reading to find out why!
“Very few books have stayed with me since I was a child; that lasting impact is elusive and unquantifiable. The list for me doesn’t even use one hand: The Giver, The Two Princesses of Bamarre, and Shadow Spinner . . .”
I’m Going to be an Author Accelerator Certified Book Coach!
Some of you might know about Author Accelerator and the work Jennie Nash and her small army of book coaches has done for the creative process of countless writers: bringing books to life from scratch, saving them from abandonment and regret, or acting as the guiding light from mess to masterpiece.
Now, I plan to be one of those book coaches!
As an editor, I tend to work more closely with my writers than most. I eventually realized that what I was doing fell into the realm of book coaching! I love the process of writing and revision as much as the writing itself, and Jennie’s Blueprint for a Book is exactly the top-shelf guidance I want to bring to the table.
ONE SPOT Left for Reduced Cost Book Coaching for Fantasy Writers
If you have an idea for a book but don’t know where to start, are stuck on your current project and don’t know how to get unstuck, or can’t stay accountable with yourself, book coaching could be right for you!
My book coaching service, currently only for fantasy authors, will provide you all the support you need to to get your idea on the page or finish the book you’ve always wanted to write. Remember, my rates will rise to the competitive average after I receive official certification. Get in touch with me, and let’s get you started!
The Writing Life
Right now, I’m working hard to overhaul my epic fantasy’s world!
Because of that, my writing is slowing down—I literally turned in 800 words to my writers’ group this week—but I know I need to nail down a few concepts about my world and its inhabitants before moving forward. I have questions like: how, exactly, does magic work in this world? What are its limitations? Does it have a cost? How does it affect those who use it and those who don’t or can’t? I have the basics of these questions answered, but for the complicated journey my MC must go through, I need deeper understanding. Of course, more questions abound, and I’m excited to get into them!
So, back to the drawing board—a place I love—for me. It’s never a bad thing for you (or your story) to stop, think, and adjust.
I love hearing from my readers and fellow writers! While I may not be able to answer everyone, please know I always read and appreciate your comments and stories.
Cheering for you always,