Updated: Aug 14, 2020
Does any of this sound familiar? You have a great book idea, but you don't know where to start. You start writing, but then feel as if you need help. You wrote a great book, but don't know what to do next. You might have even published a book or two but need someone to help you be more accountable.
If you recognize any of this, you may want a book coach. Book coaches are not editors, they won't critique your work, they won't write the book for you. What book coaches do is guide you through your process, help you make goals, plans and reach your publishing goals. Think of a book coach as a personal mentor who can answer questions, help you sort through all the noise and move forward on your goals. Stuck in your work? Set up a meeting with your book coach to talk about what's going on and how to become unstuck. Looking for good advice in marketing your work? Talk to a mentor who has been there and done that.
Book coaches can help guide you through how and when to get a personal editor, how and when to get an agent, and what types of marketing might be best for you. If you think you need a book coach, consider your coach's background and experiences. Think of a book coach as your personal trainer to help you reach your publishing goals.
Want to see if it's right for you? Schedule a free fifteen minute call with Nancy today. Let's talk about your writer's journey and how I can help.