Creativity coaching

Are you in a rut with your writing project? Do you find yourself stuck and unable to move forward? Do you feel isolated and alone in your creative journey?

A creativity coach might be the mentor you need to help you achieve your writing goals.

I love helping writers live their best writing life. I have been part of an exclusive writing critique group–the Restless Writers–for the past 10 years, so I have learned plenty of tips, tricks, and strategies for keeping a writing project on track. Plus, I have been a writing and communications professional for more than 15 years.

I’ve had my own experiences with writer’s block and stalled projects, and it’s no fun. There’s nothing more demoralizing than not being able to see a way forward in your writing.

For me, having a supportive and caring writing group to lean on in the tough times really helped. And I’d like to give back and offer that same service to other writers. I am on a journey to become a certified creativity coach. 

As I continue to train, I’d like to share some of the things I learned about nurturing creativity and becoming a better writer with you.

As a creativity coach-in-training, I can offer you the support, encouragement, and focus to help you take tangible steps towards your writing goals. Our coaching sessions–via email, phone, Skype, or in person–will be positive, constructive, and confidential.

Contact me for a free, no-obligation consultation, and let me know if you’d like my help in living your best writing life.

I look forward to writing with you.

My own writing

Nothing to Wear” (short story), CommuterLit, November 3, 2016

Lovesick” (short story), CommuterLit, March 2, 2015

A Perfect Envelope” (short story), Every Day Fiction, June 22, 2010

“Poison Pen” (short story), Burlington Public Library All-nighter Short Story Contest, January 27, 2010, 3rd place

“The Ethics of Moonlighting: Some tips for indexers,” Bulletin, Indexing Society of Canada, Volume 31, Number 2, Summer 2009

Out of the factory, into the kitchen,” Facts & Arguments essay, Globe & Mail, April 24, 2009

Selected blog posts for the Restless Writers:

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