one-to-one writing supportAre you a new writer struggling to get started? Have you already done a bit of scribbling but are now finding it hard to maintain your initial drive and enthusiasm? Have you already written something (200 words, 2,000 words, 20,000 words?) but now need some advice on what to do next? Or do you just need someone to talk to who can help you get organised, point you in the right direction and give you some encouragement? If you fit the description of any of the above and think you would benefit from some one-to-one writing support then read on.

One-to-one writing support

We want to help new and inexperienced writers just like you gain the confidence to start writing and so in addition to helping you take your first steps as a writer, we also provide ongoing support and encouragement to ensure that you continue to grow and develop as a writer. To achieve this we tailor our coaching and support to suit the individuals needs of each of our clients.

Our one-to-one writing support service includes:

  • face-to-face meetings (due to the ongoing COVID crisis we are not currently able to offer face-to-face meetings)
  • communications via email or post
  • telephone or online Zoom chats (we offer a separate Zoom and telephone support service which may suit you)
  • written summary of meetings and Zoom and telephone calls
  • feedback on any writing you want to submit for comment

It’s never too soon to start writing

Perhaps you have been thinking about writing for some time but keep coming up with a whole heap of reasons why it’s not the right time to start. But now is the time to start – so stop making excuses and get scribbling. You won’t regret it.

Contact us to find out how we can help you get scribbling

To discuss our rates and to find out what we can do to help you, please get in touch using our Contact page or call us on 07801 291165.

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