A writing coach works with you to improve your writing and complete a project on time. She reads and listens to what you’ve written and then helps you with content, structure or emotional impact of your writing in a constructive, positive way.
Unlike an editor who checks your work after you have completed it, a writing coach is with you when you start writing and continues working with you through to the end. She is not a ghostwriter; she doesn’t write your story for you. But she guides and encourages you so you can complete your story while improving your writing and storytelling skills.
How Susan Can Help
Here are some areas where Susan can help as a Writing Coach:
- Do you have trouble getting your writing from scraps of paper to completed works of fiction or non-fiction?
- Do you have an idea for a story or an article but you haven’t been able to develop it?
- Do you write clearly and concisely?
- Do you worry that your writing is not strong enough to get ahead on your job?
What You Can Learn
Here’s what you can learn from Susan as a Writing Coach:
- Carve out time for your writing even with a busy schedule.
- Create a work space that works for you.
- Develop a writing regimen that keeps you on schedule with your writing.
- Write with clarity and precision, making every word count.
- Tighten your writing style and keep a reader reading until the very end.
- Access your creativity and add passion to your writing.
- Master basic writing techniques that will turn ordinary ideas and stories into dramatic works of fiction and non-fiction, personal essays and memoirs.