My goal has always been to help writers find what works for THEM, and then to find confidence in that discovery and their chosen way forward. Whether it’s how they move forward in publishing, starting new projects, or presenting themselves online – my hope for authors at every stage is to be both satisfied with their choices and excited to push themselves to the next level.
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This is a character-centered approach to plotting that revolves around the 5 pivot points of your fiction.
There is no story without character.
If you want a long-lasting career. if you want to bring readers back to your stories again and again – they need to be rooting for your protagonist.
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The whole point of WAYPOINT is to show that there are so many ways to the same destination. There are no writing goals that are silly or stupid, or unworthy of pursuit.
My hope is to help authors be true to their authentic self, as that’s the best way to ensure that you have a long-lasting career. I never want to hear someone apologize for their genre or their chosen publication path.
We both felt strongly that there wasn’t enough information and guidance that authors could do in their own space, in their own time, and in their own way. This is how our workbooks were born–from a need to try to get good information out to as many writers as possible.
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Sometimes the best way to get past a block in your writing, your online presence, or any part of your career, is simply to chat it out. We do everything from simple one-off phone calls, to more research and in-depth phone calls as well as full manuscript edits.
“…the older I get, the less impressed I become with originality. These days, I’m far more moved by authenticity. Attempts at originality can often feel forced and precious, but authenticity has quiet resonance that never fails to stir me.“