Are you suffering from:
- Writer’s block?
- Organization challenges?
- Linguistic distress?
Writing coach and two-time New York Times bestselling writer Linden Gross draws on her background in editing, writing and teaching when working with others. Twenty-five years of journalism experience and personal accessibility help her elicit content that is lacking, while her talent for—and love of—organization helps her give projects the structure they need. Finally, using her writing and line editing experience, she teaches you how to refine your prose.
People often assume that hiring a writing coach implies that they’re incapable of writing on their own and need hand-holding. That may be true, and there’s nothing wrong with that. But a writing coach relationship extends way beyond encouraging aspiring or veteran writers, holding them accountable or even teaching them about the craft of writing. It’s like having a partner on your creative team who has managed to retain the perspective that can so easily be lost when immersed in a big project. Writers are in the trees by definition. A writing coach still has a sense of the forest as a whole.
Helping you retain—or regain—your perspective is just the start.
Linden’s approach to coaching involves helping you write your blog or your book (or article or thesis or corporate communication or film treatment or whatever else is on your plate). During the writing coaching relationship, she will:
You don’t have to suffer through the writing process by yourself.
More to the point, you don’t have to suffer.
Tap into the writing coach solution and see how much easier, effective and more fun the process of writing becomes.
To choose a writing coach who will work for you, you want to first find one who shares your vision. Second, look for a writing coach who fulfills your needs. Just as no two writers work the same way, writing coaches have different styles. Some writing coaches don’t even read what their clients write, which puzzles me to no end. That’s like writing about food you never taste. To get a sense of how I work, please visit lindengross.com/writingcoach.
There’s one way to find out. I invite you to reach out. Shoot me an email
firstname.lastname@example.org and tell me about your project. Then we’ll set up a free phone consultation to talk about how I can help. Of course, you can also get more information at OneStopWritingCoach.com.