Hey, writer! I see you there--trying to finish your draft, chewing your pen cap, wondering if your story is any good or if you are writing 75,000 words that will wind up in your tiny computer trash can.
Wanna know a secret? You don't have to write your book alone.
Yep. You read that right. You don't have to finish a draft to get some reassurance, guidance, support, and a punch in the face to your inner critic. You can have all that right now, rather you've written ten pages or one hundred.
If you need:
- Accountability to sit down and write on a regular basis, so you can make consistent progress on your book
- Sincere support and the confidence that comes from knowing you are not the only one who believes in your book
- Direction and guidance on the strength and weakness of your story as you are writing it, so your first draft ends up being more like a fourth draft