What Kind of Writer Are You?

Are you a writer wondering if you want or need a coach? Take me up on a complimentary strategy session to see if working together is a fit.

I work with lots of writers. Some of my writers are hell-bent on getting an agent or a book publishing agreement, while others come to coaching because they can’t reconcile the fact that they feel called to write and yet never actually do.

My area of expertise is twofold, and my services involve both coaching and consulting, depending on what you’re after, where you feel held back, and where you most need support.

Scenario #1.

You’re a writer who has a book idea, or even a book proposal. Perhaps you’ve been rejected once, or so many times you’ve devised strategies for pretending it never happened. And yet, that project—the book you’re supposed to write—calls to you when you’re daydreaming, or whenever you’re stuck in traffic. If you’re this type of writer, don’t be afraid to dust off that proposal and drop me a line!

Scenario #2.

Boy, do you have an idea—and you’re motivated. You’re the type of writer who’s probably a coach yourself or have benefited from coaching in the past, and you want a collaborator, someone to see you through to the finish line and to keep you on track. Maybe you already have a bite from an agent, or maybe you already know you’re going to self-publish but you need some support with the details. There are so many details! If you’re this type of writer, don’t waste another minute! I can help you prioritize what you need to get done on your timeline, and land you an agent, a book deal, or see you step-by-step through the self-publishing process.

Scenario #3.

You’re a busy entrepreneur with lots of ideas and not enough time on your hands. You are writing a book or want to be writing a book, but there are so many other priorities you need to attend to. You’re stretched thin, but you want to get this done. Maybe you want to work on a free report or an e-book in tandem with your longer book project. You know you need products, and it’s time to implement a content strategy!

Whether you relate to one of the above scenarios, or you have a whole other situation going on, my commitment is to support you and challenge you, always with a focus on your desired results. It helps to have someone who can “tune in” to your particular struggle and give clear and honest feedback, or help you figure out exactly what needs to happen to make your writing or publishing dreams a reality. Having support and someone to hold you accountable to your goals is one of the most important things you can do for yourself to help you focus and move forward.

 

write life Warner Coaching has been selected as one of the Top 100 Best Websites for Writers by The Write Life for 2014.

 

 

 

 

Warner Coaching is a winner of “Best Websites for Independent Authors.” Winners are selected by The Association of Independent Authors. The winning sites offer free information and resources of relevance and value to independent authors.

 

NEW BOTYA sticker-Finalist goldWhat’s Your Book? was honored as a finalist for the Foreword Reviews Book of the Year Award (2012) in the writing category.