Writing Coach and Editor
You might ask yourself: Why do I need to hire a writing coach?
And maybe you don’t need to.
If you’re happy doing a little casual writing, here and there, telling yourself you’re working on a novel but never actually getting it done, you don’t need a writing coach.
If it’s good enough for you to call yourself a writer without actually finishing a project or getting anything published, you don’t need a writing coach.
If, however, you’re one of those rare individuals who loves to write and dreams of not only finishing a book but actually getting it published, a writing coach can help you figure out how to create the writing life you’ve always wanted.
Maybe you’ve managed to finish the draft of a book but aren’t sure what to do next. Do you edit yourself? Find a critique group or beta readers? Hire a professional editor? Submit to agents or publishers? Bite the bullet and self-publish? A writing coach can help you decide.
Or maybe you’re someone who’s dabbled in writing but has never managed to find one project to focus on, and you’re feeling frustrated, trying to determine whether it’s even worth the time to develop your idea.
A writing coach can help you work through all these decisions and come up with the best plan for you and your unique situation.
Describing herself as “part editor, part agent, and part therapist,” writing coach Tara Tomczyk will take your writing to the next level, whether that means finally finishing your book, getting published for the first time, being published more often, or even choosing to self-publish. Coach Tara will work with you, one-on-one, to take your next steps to writing success.