Are you a writer looking for actionable writing advice or maybe a fresh, new writing process? 

Want to learn how to write a book or your first novel, but not sure how to start? What about sharpening your writing skills

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I ALSO DID A SHORT-LIVED PODCAST (Writing Smarter Radio) WITH JUST UNDER 10 EPISODES. YOU CAN FIND THE LIST OF TRANSCRIPTS HERE. While I won’t be returning to podcasting at this point, there’s solid information worth checking out in the transcripts. Hope some of it helps!

If you’re just starting out, it can be overwhelming to find tips that are helpful and not simply noise. 

With so many sources on the internet, how do you know which sources are worth your time? And which to leave in the dust? Everybody has rules. They say you have to do it this way or that.

Whoa! Slow down…let me share a secret:

There is no one right way to write a book. Some people plot, while others don’t. Some people write linear, while others skip around. It’s about finding what works for you, and reaching your flow state so the words spill out of you naturally. 

Sure, it’s good to know grammar. It’s good to understand structure. Nobody is discounting those details, but when you’re starting out it’s more important for you to find your voice. It’s more important to find your writing style, to create writing habits you can sustain, and enjoy the process.

Don’t get bogged down in the process.

You know where I’m going with this, right? Those who do things, and those who talk about doing things. Who do you want to be?

Of those people who do sit down to start writing a book, only a few of them finish. Yep. There’s that pipe dream again.

If you’re ready to tackle your project, I’m ready to help you.

I’m help you plan your book, understand story and structure, discuss writing apps, software, plots, themes, grammar, and more.


Whether you’re ready to begin writing a book or finish one you’ve already started, I’ll show you how you to stick with it. We’ll take it slowly, in baby steps, and soon you’ll be on your way!

I’ve written and published more than thirty books. I know how to finish a project. 

That’s an important piece of the puzzle, finishing what you started.

I write under multiple pen names (different names for different genres – which I’ll discuss at a later date) and know how to write, format, publish, and market my books. They’re available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Apple Books, Kobo, and Google Play, as well as in some library systems.

Are you ready to get started? Let’s go!