Write Your Book Clarity Session
You’re so excited about writing your book. You’ve been working on it for a while, and you know you’ve got something good on your hands.
But lately when you sit down to write, you hit a wall. It’s not just an off day. You can’t blame it on weak coffee. There are these questions that keep circling in your brain…
What should my main character do next?
Is my pacing dragging?
Does this even make sense? Will anyone want to read this book? Ack! What am I doing?
And you don’t know how to answer them.
You’ve come too far to give up, but you don’t know where to turn for help.
Everyone has an opinion. Your friends, your family, and all those random strangers in Facebook groups. But are they giving you good advice? ?
You wish there were a way to get straightforward answers to your writing questions.
So you could stop doubting and start writing.
Hey there. I’m Megan.
I’m a writing coach with over 13 years of experience. I help writers who are committed to writing their book but who get overwhelmed from time to time about how to get to that next plot point, fix that awkward scene, or make their characters jump off the page.
I help them cut through the confusion and connect the dots so they can see their story with clarity and get back to what they really love — writing!
With a background in teaching lit analysis and storytelling, I know all the ins and outs of what makes a story tick. I’ve also written three books on writing that help authors nail story structure and refine their unique writing process.
Whether you’re working on your first book or your thirty-first, I can help you stop the overwhelm and find clarity.
A Book Coaching Clarity Session is a hyper-focused writing coaching session to get you unstuck so you can get back to writing.
In this 60-minute live video call, I’ll help you untangle your plot, character arc, theme, pacing, dialogue… or whatever else is making you want to throw your laptop out the window.
A Clarity Session is the perfect way to…
- overcome writer’s block and figure out what to write next
- refine your book’s structure when it feels like you’re writing in circles
- develop a character, character arc, conflict, or theme
- improve dialogue
- dive into the details of a passage that’s driving you crazy when you’re revising
- create or revise your Mission Statement — your reason for writing and your big WHY
Ready to ditch the overwhelm and get clarity so you can get back to writing?
Here are your next steps:
- Schedule your session on my calendar.
- Follow the instructions from the calendar page to make your payment.
- Follow the link form the calendar page to fill out the Clarity Session Form.
- You’ll receive an email with a confirmation of your time and a link to join our Zoom call.
Wondering what a Write Your Book Clarity Session can do for you?
I was in the middle of revising and the whole thing felt like this gigantic mess that I was drowning in. The call helped me clarify and remember my goals and helped me get set up to go for them again. A lot of my confidence has been restored, and it got me to stop dragging my feet so much on the revising process, so now I actually want to work on the manuscript, rather than having to force myself to “get back to work.” I really found our session helpful. It was weird, but I kind of began to feel like what I felt were major problems with my manuscript weren’t really that major after all, which was a big help with my confidence and drive.
~ D.S. Ritter, fantasy author
Not only did the call help me figure out my starting point, it mapped out mini subplots to help thicken the story. I absolutely would recommend a Clarity Session to other authors. I would recommend it to new authors out there and to writers who are already well established. We all fall into a funk at times. Being an introvert, I would wait it out. See if I could find something to spark inspiration. That is what I was planning on doing before this session. I am so glad that I didn’t. Who knows how long I would have been waiting, when all it would have taken was a short conversation with someone to force you to ask the things that you are probably too frustrated to remember to ask!
~ Diane Chattaway, author
After the call, I felt like I had the story in control and I knew the direction I needed to go in to get to the ending I had envisioned. So much of where you are going with your story that you weren’t even aware of comes out when you can talk it through with someone who has experience with plot structure, outlining, and story development.
~Alex Andersen, historical & paranormal romance author