Writing can by lonely and overwhelming. For some, it’s difficult to carve out the time. For others, it’s a lack of discipline. Many people yearn to write but have no idea where or how to begin. Sometimes you need a push or a thought-provoking writing prompt. You want someone to point the way, help you formulate thoughts, and guide words onto the page. There is no one way to get started.

A writing coach can address all of your needs.

Jennifer enjoys teaching as much as she does writing. She’s been working with small groups and one-on-one since 2009. Writing lessons and coaching sessions are usually one hour long and can be as often or as seldom as you like. Focus can be on craft, structure, beating writer’s block, feedback/revision, some or all of the above.

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"You love writing; I hate it; and if I had a lover who expected a note from me every morning, I should certainly break with him. Let me beg you then not to measure my friendship by my writing ..."

Madame de La Fayette, 1634-1693, author of La Princesse de Clèves, France’s first historical novel and one of the earliest novels in literature