A Writing Accountability Service
For just a few bucks a week, get support to set and meet your writing goals.
Having an accountability buddy can really help you prioritize your writing and make progress toward your goals.
I'd love to be that buddy for you.
Here's how it works.
Having someone check in with you about your writing can help you make progress toward your big writing goals. I'll be that person for you.
I recognize that 1:1 book coaching can get expensive fast, so I've created something that can help writers but that is super affordable.
As a subscriber to Weekly Writing Goals, each week you'll get:
All of this is $12 USD/month (that's only $3/per week). As a recurring monthly subscription, you can join or cancel whenever.
Mini or micro goals help you break a bigger goal down into doable bits. It can be less overwhelming and help you feel like you've achieved something, which then keeps you motivated to keep going.
What types of writing goals can you set each week?
Set your goal every Sunday, and let me know on Saturday how the week went.
Everyone who replies to tell me if they met their goal (or didn't meet it) will be entered to win feedback on 10 pages of their writing ($150 value!).
If you choose to set a goal related to how much you're going to write (e.g., words, pages, scenes, chapters), you can send me your pages as proof of success for an extra entry into the monthly prize draw.
Weekly writing accountability membership for email supports, Q&A, and goal setting.
12.00 USD / month
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