Writing is one of the hardest arts to master. I was told when I started out in my mid-fifties that I had to write a million words of rubbish before I became any good. I’ve written millions and millions of words and I’m still learning. The biggest surprise of my writing life just happened when I wrote 41,000 words in three months. It sounds impossible, but the words were like a spring, bubbling up, and they haven’t stopped.
I’ve taught writers several times over the past two decades. Now, I feel I have more to offer than back then, and the time to mentor a few writers with one-to-one teaching and encouragement. Contact me, using either the contact form or signing up for the newsletter, if you’re interested. I’ll take the first six people who respond.