You want to write. You haven’t published before, but you have a story, a personal essay, or a memoir in mind. You’ve taken a couple of classes, but now you’re staring at the computer screen or a blank page in your notebook, and you’re face to face with the real work of writing.
Writing demands solitude and discipline, but sometimes, you need a little extra nudge, some support, and supportive, but instructional feedback. It’s hard to stay inspired when you’re working on your own. It’s difficult to gauge a reader’s experience of your writing. You’re close to what you’ve written, and seeing it anew, knowing what’s strong or what needs a bit of pruning, enhancing, or rewriting is tough to do alone. It’s possible a writing coach can help.
Sharon occasionally offers developmental coaching, review and feedback on work-in-progress to individuals as her schedule permits. For more information or to discuss your needs, contact Sharon.