Writing is tough. Whether you're starting out or have a few novels under your belt, sometimes all you need in order to get out of a rut, start a new project, or be able to see where to go next
is someone to talk things through with.
As a book coach, I offer one-on-one sessions by phone, in person, or via Skype. I can advise on self-publishing vs traditional publishing. I can talk through your story ideas, or answer more specific questions about how you take your book from idea to manuscript.
I also offer manuscript assessments, copy-editing and development editing.
If you're not sure what you need, I'm always happy to chat.
Earlier this year, after about seven years of back-and-forth with doctors and consultants, I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia. It's not something I talk about very much - especially not publicly. Partly because I don't like to show weakness (personality flaw) and partly because it's hard to know what to say. But I'm a writer - right?! So, surely there's got to be some way to explain what it's like to live with Fibro without sounding like I'm either sickeningly positive or woef