Are you a writer who feels stuck?

Have you ever stared at a blank page with no idea where to begin? Or contemplated a pile of filled pages and weren’t sure how to start fixing them? Or have you read stacks of craft books and taken dozens of classes and only feel more lost about how to do this thing that you love? Has fear of failure or imposter syndrome ever glued you to the spot resulting in writer’s block or an inability to finish a project?

I have been there.

You don’t have to go it alone.

I am a women’s fiction writer as well as a book coach and understand what it’s like to feel stuck. It’s a horrible feeling to know something isn’t working in your draft but you can’t quite put your finger on it. It’s discouraging when your progress is stymied by doubt. I have been lucky enough to find support in my writing career from people who have helped me understand my weaknesses, shared tools to strengthen my craft, and bolstered my confidence along the way.

I want to be that support for you.

As your book coach, I can help you flesh out an idea so you can draft with confidence or walk you through a revision so you can edit with purpose. My goal is to shine a light on your path forward to a finished story. When we work together, you will walk away with a stronger story, armed with new skills to carry forward with you on your writing journey.

If you feel stuck and want an assist to level up your craft, to trust your creative instincts again, and to confidently write the stories of your heart, I would love to talk to you about how I can support your creative goals.

Writing Support

Whether we work together formally or not, I want to be a resource in your craft toolbox. See my blog for writing tips and support designed to help keep writers writing.

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How to Keep Your Story on Track

This month, I’ve written about how to stay on track with your drafts, revisions, queries, and using self-care because after all, you can’t keep writing if you’re burned out. Today, however, I want to talk about craft. How do we keep our stories on track? The short answer? Story trajectory. Your story’s trajectory is the…

Staying on Track: Self-Care for Writers

While I’ve been talking about tips to stay on track during drafting, revising, and querying this month, it’s pretty impossible to stay on track when we’re burned out. Trust me. This week, I’ve been down for the count with a head cold. I haven’t had one in the three years since COVID locked us into…

Tips for Writers to Stay on Track During the Query Process

Oh, querying. The very worst of the hurry-up-and-wait-and-wait-and-wait-and-oh, yay-another-rejection game! It can be difficult for writers to stay on track while querying. It’s the first part of the process where writers give up control. And that can be scary. Terrifying, really. Because not only do we not have control, but we’re essentially asking someone to…

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