So how does coaching work, exactly…
Individual attention is just the momentum boost we need, at some point. I have a coach, without whom I would have given up long ago. I know how valuable working with a personal writing cheerleader is to the process. If you have started a little, and feel unsure about your writing, or you have questions about getting it into a structure, table of contents, outline or book form, then a writing mentor or a word-loving super-coach is ideal for you. A coach keeps you writing and will take your pages into a book with you.
A coach nudges you forward, meets with you regularly, will make you feel like a Pulitzer is coming you way. A coach will look at your writing with you, gently suggest places to add some detail(always), and spots where you could take away some detail (rarely).
There is more about coaching here on my webpage, http://pattimhall.com/memoircoaching/
Find out more about what coaching can do for you, I have spots open in March for a FREE one-on-one consultation at http://pattimhall.com/contact/ (scroll to the bottom of the page, or enter your info in the form and I’ll get right back to you.
If you want to drive this writing boat yourself, the Memoir Writing Studio is for you.
Self directed courses, printable workbooks and unlimited inspiration to get you putting words on the page are at: http://pattimhall.teachable.com/courses