So what’s included?
Writing Circles: Weekly virtual writing accountability circles where members can connect, set goals, and support each other in achieving their writing targets.
Writing challenges: Monthly writing challenges including word count goals & content-specific challenges.
Feedback sessions: Monthly peer-to-peer feedback sessions or professional critiques from established writers or editors.
Guest speaker sessions: Regular sessions where guest speakers, such as authors, journalists, or industry professionals, share their experiences, insights, and advice.
I have curated a space for you that gives you the opportunity to connect with a vibrant community of fellow writers who are equally passionate about getting their work out into the world. You are invited to engage in discussions, share your ideas, and maybe even collaborate on projects through our exclusive online forums and virtual events. The Writing Room opens doors to valuable networking and feedback opportunities where you can build connections with other industry professionals – expanding your reach and potential for success.
Imagine if your peers got behind that book you are launching, or sales page you are promoting. There is power is finding your people.
But let’s be honest, it’s not going to
be for everyone…
While The Writing Room is open to a wide range of writers, there may be certain individuals or groups who may not find it as suitable for their needs. Here are a few examples of who The Writing Room may not be for:
Individuals Not Open to Feedback: The Writing Room fosters a supportive environment where members can give and receive constructive feedback on their work. If you’re unwilling to accept criticism or engage in collaborative discussions, The Writing Room may not be the right community for you.
Writers Uninterested in Community Engagement: The Writing Room thrives on the active participation and engagement of its members. If you prefer to work in isolation and have no interest in connecting with fellow writers, participating in discussions, or sharing your work, The Writing Room may not meet your preferences.