It’s no secret that I’m a writer. I’m an experienced writer, with a few books under my name as well as a couple of awards.
But while my confidence is at a high and my writing at a decent standard, I haven’t forgotten what it was like to be starting out, with little experience and/or confidence in my work.
Over the last two years, I’ve created some AWESOME resources for new writers and it was all made with the new writer in mind.
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1. Blogging Brilliance (£5.55)
A #downloadable guide which prompts you to plan and create content that matters. It helps you plan your niche, your message and gives you ideas for content. Plus, if you hadn’t thought about who your ideal reader is, this guide gives you a place to start.
2. What’s Your Story (£9.99)
– A writing course in a book. It encourages curious individuals to look at their own experiences and draw stories from it, and includes writing prompts, exercises and practical advice.
If you’re looking at a gentle way of writing about your own personal story but feel a bit overwhelmed, this book is a good place to start.
3. Creative Writing for Beginners Course ($22.22)
The first module is FREE, to give you a sense of what to expect. But of course, if you’re serious about writing, you’ll finish the entire course and have a decent amount of writing to show for it.
4. Creative Mentoring (PAYG £35 per 45 mins, or 5 sessions for £140) –
This isn’t just for writers, this is for creatives in general. Whether you’re planning your first event, #rebranding your blog or creating a self-love plan you can commit to, this is about creative DIRECTION.
Perhaps you’ve got SO MANY ideas and feel a tad overwhelmed, a bit uncertain and a little bit scared to move forward with it? It helps to talk it out and have someone guide you through concept to delivery. My experiences of holding events, pursuing ideas and self-care fuel the Creative Mentoring, so you’ll be connecting with someone who really does know what it’s like to feel stuck.
5. Writing Coach (£300, 5 x 60 min sessions)
– This focuses on writing DEVELOPMENT.
If you are writing a book or just thinking about it, we look at your idea, planning, research and writing. When we look at writing, I give feedback on consistency, flow and structure, and instill you with what you need to continue after our time together has finished.
I can confirm that PRICES WILL CHANGE for 4&5 in 2020.
I can confirm that I’m a qualified and experienced writer, who wrote 6 books while raising two children and living with depression – and you can do this too.
I can confirm this can be done with a little bit of sass and a whole lot of magic, during 8pm Skype calls when the kids are all in bed or while you’re on the bus to work – if you’re ready to take a leap forward.
So, tell me.
How do you want to work with me?