DL: On July 7, 2015, the Writers Fun Zone ran an interview with me that I want to be sure you got to read.
1. Tell us who you are and how you help writers in 100 words or less.
I help writers to write memoir with more focus, joy and skills. Many writers start their project with enthusiasm and then get bogged down in the problems inherent in any long writing project. They become discouraged. They doubt their ability to proceed and ultimately to finish. They second guess their vision and theme. I see my role as the midwife who helps to get this book baby into the world. I do this through my free and paid membership sites, through coaching, editing, ghostwriting, and book production. And, of course, there are all my memoir-writing books, MP3s, e-courses.
2. How did you get to this place in your life? Share your story!
I’ve always been passionate about personal stories. As a child, I was a listener…
A writing coach can help you at every step of the process. Having “been there and done that”—and being able to talk clearly about it, a memoir-writing coach can point you in the right direction and gently correct your course.
A coach is a teacher, a cheerleader, a critic, a motivator, a writing buddy, a person who holds you accountable for meeting your goals, a good listener, and sometimes an editor—and a coach can be more if you need more.
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