Get Your Writing in Gear in 2014
For those of you who don’t know or need to be reminded, I do offer coaching services for writers at any stage of the game. From not-even-started-yet-because-you-have-no-idea-where-to-begin to already-published-and-looking-to-get-more-published. The services include everything from editing to critiquing to mentoring to brainstorming to accountability. Whatever you need, whatever you want. We can cater anything to your schedule, goals, and abilities.
A sample list of services and prices can be found on my coaching page (members of my Darlington Society get 20% off) but below are some examples of coaching plans and prices (per month). I think you’ll find the pricing competitive with the rest of the market at worst, a bargain at best. And if you join my Darlington Society the prices drop even more.
Example #1: For the casual writer who needs some guidance
1 critique/edit (up to 15 pages) and 1 half-hour phone chat to discuss it (once a month) . . . $60 or $48 for TDS members
Example #2: For the novice who needs a little more guidance/instruction/editing
2 critique/edits and 2 hour-long phone chats to discuss it and for instruction . . . $140 or $116 for TDS members
Example #3: For the established writer who struggles with motivation/scheduling and needs accountability
1 half-hour phone call every other week . . . $40 or $32 for TDS members
Example #4: For the established writer who needs someone to look over material and critique it, comment on it, catch errors, etc.
2 critiques (up to 15 pages each) per month . . . $80 or $64 for TDS members
So you can see there are services and combinations of services that won’t break the bank. And there are a plethora of other scenarios available. Again, the services will be totally based on your need, desires, and finances.
If you’re interested, contact me either by leaving a comment below or emailing me privately and we can discuss your needs and wants. The first half-hour consultation call is FREE.
Hope to hear from you soon!
Posted on January 8, 2014, in Coaching, Writing craft, Writing Life and tagged accountability, Book Writing, fiction writing, Writer, writing coaching, writing goals, writing instruction. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
Sounds great. I’m in the about to publish my first book–a non-fiction work and “looking to get more published” category. I’m trying to navigate this whole “marketing your book” process (I have a very specific audience for this book) right now and look forward to beginning another manuscript. I’m a little stuck on whether to continue in this genre or try something new.