Writing Coach … Coaching every student to be a winning writer!

Before you hire a writing coach, ask yourself the following questions:
Writing Services: editing of technical documents, dissertations and creative manuscripts (poetry and prose); "ghost writing," copy writing, speech writing; assistance with sermons, keynote addresses and ceremony planning; manuscript review (fiction and non-fiction); individual and group writing coaching; ESL Coaching (spoken and written English), creative writing seminars, and more....

The writing coach program starts at $300 per month for one of the following options:
That’s why working with a writing coach skyrockets your potential: You can pack on powerful skills that bring you tangible business results – as well as a nice boost of confidence and far greater enjoyment. Just imagine: no more staring at a blank screen, no more hours poured into a mere handful of words, no more endless crazy-making editing, and no more thinking your work is “good enough”. Before you hire a writing coach, ask yourself the following questions:The writing coach program starts at $300 per month for one of the following options:Note: Writing coaches are NOT proofreaders or line-by-line editors.
Hello & Welcome

Who am I?
I am Andrea Clinton, writing coach among several other items. I have 13 years of experience teaching English and more than 14 years of experience as a writing coaching and tutor. I not only help clients with their present project, but I instruct, so that they acquire the knowledge needed to furnish topnotch documents and manuscripts.Who needs a writing coach?
Anyone interested in improving their writing skills or
who wishes to achieve the many principles in writing.

What I do for you as a writing coach?
I assess your goals; review your writing thus far, or, help you figure out how to get started; I walk with you through your journey, and we work in segments, as needed to achieve your writing goals; upon necessity, I see your writing project through to the end.
Personal Story
You know, when word processors replaced typewriters, guess I'm telling my age, I didn't write for a while. I couldn't afford a word processor. I picked up my pen again and began writing the old fashion way, on paper, in my notebook. After writing in notebooks for a while, I finally gained access to a computer. But something about that transition made me develop low self-esteem regarding my writing. Being a writer at heart, I knew what I needed, a writing coach. The writing coach reminded me of many things I'd forgotten while writing in my notebook. He encouraged me to try using new devices and helped me work through the best devices to use per genre, etc., he also taught me many other writing tips and more key items I didn't know, which made it less expensive for me when I handed my manuscript over to an editor. That was 20 years ago and now, I am a writing coach.My goal is to help you write what only you can write, from idea through to publication and beyond, with tips, advice, and guidance. At the end of each chapter of the Your Writing Coach book you'll find a code word that will unlock a treasure trove of exclusive material: video and audio interviews, tips and techniques, and much more, all accessible via the pages. If you haven't ordered the book yet, you can do so right now on our page. And there's more:Whether it's a book, a script, articles, short stories, or your memoirs, it doesn't have to be difficult. Your Writing Coach can help. It's a book, a website, and me. Here's how:"Highly recommended. Your Writing Coach pays as much attention to writers as to what they write and should help seasoned pros as much as it will help beginners."