Let's make writing a team sport.

It's not just you, friend...

We all feel the burn (or the nudge, or the tickle) of the book coming through us...

We cram some pages in that previously untouched notebook with ideas, lists, brilliant sentences and vivid memories...

We find some writing time at the coffee shop, on a bench by the river, and feel the flow of words, like we turned on a faucet ...

By the end of week one, (or fifty-one) you think, Look at me I'm writing a book this year. (You even tell some people "I'm writing a book.")

You tromp along okay like this until you think about how to go from scrawled pages to printed book, from your desk to a bookstore shelf, and  then...

"How the heck do I turn this into a book?"

You aren't the only one who ever said writing a book is freaking difficult —it's the toughest thing in the world (next to being a mother).
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Here's the good news...

you don't have to do this alone.

Did you know that 60% of published authors don't write their book by themselves?

If that doesn't surprise you one bit, it's likely that whenever you sit down to start writing, your self-defeating inner voice start blabbing away...

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Is this good enough for a book?
Am I a good enough writer? But where do I start?
How do I turn all my content into a book?
"How can I get a book out into the world. On Amazon or in Chapters?"
"Why the hell is this so hard? This is my story, shouldn't it be easy?"
"I'm not a writer."
"Should I print it myself?"
"I can't do this. I'm gonna give the advance back."
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I bet these sound familiar, and if they don't... well send me a message and tell me what yours say.

All of my clients have gotten stuck and stucker, as the noise of the inner doubt demons got louder and louder.

You don't have to go at it alone. When you need a writing boost, I'm the coach that becomes your collaborator. Whether you've done the first draft, or need to tell your story from scratch, we can craft your book, and get your agent and publisher what they are looking for.

I'm unique among writers and book coaches...

Because I'll do the writing with you.

And in some cases, I'll even do the writing for you.

Whether I'm your co-author or ghostwriter, project manager or polisher, it's all collaboration to me. And I've got your back.

Beyond my work as a book coach, I'm a published author and collaborator,  and experienced ghostwriter. I've written proposals that land agents and publishing deals.

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I'm unique among writers and book coaches...

Because I'll do the writing with you.

And in some cases, I'll even do the writing for you.

Whether I'm your co-author or ghostwriter, project manager or polisher, it's all collaboration to me. And I've got your back.

Beyond my work as a book coach, I'm a published author and collaborator,  and experienced ghostwriter. I've written proposals that land agents and publishing deals.

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Why Collaborating Works

If you don't feel like your writing is strong enough, or you've maxed out your energy, time or bandwidth trying to bring your book into the world, I can get involved in a collaboration or co-authorship role.

Our work together is completely customized to your book.

You lay the track and we develop the manuscript in tandem.

Simply put, you and I work together on a story that is told in your voice. You’re the author and I’m the writer — collaborators like me often remain unseen, unless we decide that you want to include my name on the cover or thank me in the opening acknowledgements of your book. (I love that too!)

Having a collaborator is for you if:

  • you have no professional writing experience
  • you really want to see your story in a traditionally published format.
  • your time is limited, and your writing bandwidth isn't expanding as you'd like
  • you just can't nail the quality your publisher is asking for,
  • you want your book and your story in the world.

If your dream involves seeing your name on the spine of a book at Barnes and Noble (US) or Chapters/Indigo (Canada) then a collaborator will help you get your book on shelves selling to the masses.

Why Collaborating Works

If you don't feel like your writing is strong enough, or you've maxed out your energy, time or bandwidth trying to bring your book into the world, I can get involved in a collaboration or co-authorship role.

Our work together is completely customized to your book.

You lay the track and we develop the manuscript in tandem.

Simply put, you and I work together on a story that is told in your voice. You’re the author and I’m the writer — collaborators like me often remain unseen, unless we decide that you want to include my name on the cover or thank me in the opening acknowledgements of your book. (I love that too!)

Having a collaborator is for you if:

  • you have no professional writing experience
  • you really want to see your story in a traditionally published format.
  • your time is limited, and your writing bandwidth isn't expanding as you'd like
  • you just can't nail the quality your publisher is asking for,
  • you want your book and your story in the world.

If your dream involves seeing your name on the spine of a book at Barnes and Noble (US) or Chapters/Indigo (Canada) then a collaborator will help you get your book on shelves selling to the masses.

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