I coach writers to improve their skills at copywriting, nonfiction and fiction. If you want to succeed as a writer, coaching can eliminate years of struggle.
A writer I’ll call Dana (not her real name) was trying to break into magazine writing. By the time she contacted me, she was ready to quit freelancing. She was following all the “rules”, but hadn’t made a sale.
Although she was an excellent writer, Dana was missing out on sales because she wasn’t aware of how the editorial process at magazines works. We discussed what she was offering, versus what magazines really want.
Within a couple of weeks, she had a magazine contract which led to an ongoing gig as a columnist.
Magic? No. Just advice from someone who’s been there. Learn more about my coaching here.
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