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The Writing Coach Program

Writing Coach Service

Why should you hire me as your Writing Coach? I know that's the question on your mind. I'm glad you asked. I understand the internal struggles writers face when writing. I know from personal experience what those struggles are because I've faced them. I know what it feels like to have writer's block, to experience the frustration of not knowing where to start in the writing process, and even face doubts concerning your ability as a writer. I have successfully helped clients

  • Build greater confidence in their writing

  • Develop a structure for their books

  • Organize their thoughts

  • Develop narratives, plot lines, and characters

  • Create an outline consisting of a catchy title, theme, and individual chapters (including chapter titles and what content should go in each chapter)

  • Create a realistic schedule that allows them to write even while life continues to happen

  • Better manage their time and attention so that they could focus on writing

  • Publish their books and get them into major retail stores

  • Develop a strategy for marketing their books (setting up book signings and book tours, engaging their social media followers, etc.)

  • Turn a single book into a series of books

  • Create blogs

  • Brand themselves

  • Turn their books into courses

  • Improve their writing skills

  • Fulfill their dream of becoming a published author

I'll admit that I'm a little bit of a perfectionist. Okay. Modesty aside, I am a perfectionist. I've been known to go above and beyond my commitments just to ensure that my clients are on the road to success. I can't help it. I treat every client's project like it's my own. That means I put my heart and soul into it. My goal is to see writers with an inspiring, uplifting, morally gratifying message succeed. That's what I believe good writing should do - lift the reader; it should transform a person's life in one way or another. Whether fiction or nonfiction, the goal should be to leave a lasting impact on the lives of readers.

One size does not fit all. I don't believe in a cookie-cutter approach. Although there are certain techniques that make for successful writing, each person is different and has different needs. Some need help with finding their voice, others with identifying their market and target audience, some with improving their writing, and others with putting into words what they're feeling; it is for this reason that I work one-on-one with individuals, endeavoring to meet their individual needs. Some people may need me for only one coaching session (sometimes, one is all you need), and some may feel the need to book me for multiple sessions because one hour isn't enough. Whatever the case, I am here to meet your writing needs.

Writing doesn't have to be difficult. You don't have to keep putting that book project off because you can't find the motivation and perfect time to finish it. Let's take the stress out of the equation. Let's make writing fun and enjoyable. 

You can't do it alone. No one can. Successful writers are successful because they have good help. That's their secret. Shhh. Don't tell anyone I told you that. Picture, at the forefront of your mind, that book completed and sitting in your hand. Now open your eyes and let's get started turning that vision into a reality.

Ghostwriting Service

Why should you hire me as your Ghostwriter? I've worked with many clients who couldn't seem to find the time nor the energy to write. I'll admit that writing can be time-consuming. With the right techniques, the process can be easy, but that doesn't cancel the fact that writing a book takes work. It would help if you had the time to dig in and focus, to get into the flow. Unfortunately, you may have the passion and the drive to write a book but not the time. Perhaps you have the time, but the task seems too difficult for whatever reason. Don't give up on becoming an author because that's what ghostwriters are for - they turn busy people into authors. 

Many of the famous television personalities you see don't sit down and write their books. They don't have the time. They won't tell you this, but they hire ghostwriters to write their books. Many people use ghostwriters including television personalities, motivational speakers, businessmen, businesswomen, entrepreneurs, pastors, organizational leaders, life coaches, success coaches, musicians, busy homemakers, workaholics, retirees looking to hand down their wisdom to the next generation, and more. People may not tell you this, but many of them use ghostwriters to write their books.

Through ghostwriting, I've successfully

  • Captured the voice and vision of the client and put it into writing

  • Articulated what the client faced difficulty expressing and putting into words

  • Told clients' stories in a compelling and entertaining way

  • Brought structure, order, and formation to their thoughts and content (if already written)

  • Completed their manuscripts on time

  • Ensured the editing of their manuscripts


If you don't have the time or patience to write, but I do. 

The reason ghostwriters are called "ghosts" is that they're invisible. No one knows they're the ones writing other people's books. Some clients don't mind others knowing they worked with a ghostwriter; some do. 

With ghostwriting clients, I work with them individually - and confidentially - to capture their vision, hear their story, discover their unique perspective and voice, and take what's in their head and develop it into a book. I conduct a series of interviews with the client - sometimes two or three - and then begin writing their manuscript using the information I gathered. In some cases, I've researched topics for clients, which is a part of the job. It's my job to check sources, guard against plagiarism, and professionally do the job. 

Picture me as a type of Casper, the friendly ghost - just with hair, some facial hair, brown skin, a few muscles... Okay, you get the point.

Writing Coach

Packages & Prices




One 1-hour Writing Coach session

  • In-person or via telephone

  • One session per week





Four 1-hour Writing Coach sessions

  • In-person or via telephone

  • Additional email support





I write your manuscript for you

  • 50-page minimum

  • Multiple interviews

$50 per page

(Per every 250 words)

If you have a book you want to publish and are in need of a publisher, then look no

further. Give T&J Publishers a call. They do it all: book formatting, book cover designs, copyrighting, book distribution to all major book retail stores (Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million, and more), editing, web design, and more.     1-800-797-5540

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