There is always a writing project that needs finishing (or starting!

Whether you are working on your book, or the never-ending cycle of content creation, there is always something that we need to work on.

It’s easy to procrastinate though isn’t it? There are so many notifications or maybe that new Netflix series calling for our attention that sometimes it’s hard to just get what we need to off our to do list.

Sometimes, we only think of writing projects as being the bigger ones. That brand positioning book you are hoping to get out there, or those memoirs you are jotting down on rainy days.. but the truth is, especially as business owners, our writing projects go far beyond that. 

Maybe you are working (or putting off) the following:

Website Content: You know how important it is to convey your brand’s message online, you just haven’t got round to it, or what is there is well overdue a makeover.

Blog Posts: You dream of regularly publishing blog posts to help drive traffic to your website to establish thought leadership and provide valuable information to your audience, but it’s just another thing you will do tomorrow.

Social Media Posts: You are FULLY AWARE that crafting compelling social media posts is important for building brand awareness, but you are waiting for inspiration to strike, and when it does, you are busy!

Email Marketing Campaigns: You maybe hiding behind your hands at this point knowing it has been WAY too long since you drafted an effective email campaign to nurture your leads and to just stay connected with your community.

Sales Pages: Just like this one! If you only you could just get that new offer written up so you can get it out there and start making sales.

Don’t get me started on book writing by the way, we both know you are staring at a word count you are deeply frustrated with because life has completely got in the way.

Look I get it.

I’m a writer, an author, a business owner and just an all round busy person. I’ve even added becoming a children’s author this year just to really push myself to the limits… but here’s the thing…

My books, my social media content, my children’s stories, my sales pages, my marketing copy, those things didn’t write themselves. And just FYI, Chat GPT didn’t write them for me either. I’m not against AI by the way, I just understand the value of my own words, thoughts and feelings. Even AI needs some attentive editing.

My projects get finished because I am accountable to my peers, and I commit to carving out the time to WRITE.

Having worked with thousands of business owners and authors over the last few years, I have come to appreciate that not everyone finds this a simple task.

We can have all the best intentions to get those slides finished or complete that next chapter, but if we are only accountable to ourselves, it’s too easy to ignore what we need to do as we focus on what we “feel” like doing… sound familiar?

I thought so.

Look, I’m not here to judge you, I’m here to help you, and I believe I’ve come up with just the thing you need.

Introducing – The Writing Room

Think of it as a virtual coffee shop for people like us, who have things to get written , but would prefer to do it in the company of others (croissants and a hazelnut latte are of course optional!)

Think of it as your extra shot of accountability with a side order of community.

Let me tell you why this will help you get your stuff written once and for all:

✒ Motivation: Writing can be a solitary and often challenging task. Being part of an accountability group provides motivation and encouragement to stay on track with writing goals. Knowing that others are also working towards their writing goals can inspire you to push through any obstacles or dreaded writer’s block.

✒ Accountability: When you’re accountable to a group, you’re more likely to follow through on your commitments. Sharing your goals and progress with others creates a sense of responsibility and helps you stay focused and disciplined. This accountability can significantly increase your productivity and consistency in writing.

✒ Feedback and Support: Being part of a writing community allows you to receive valuable feedback and support from fellow writers. Constructive criticism and different perspectives can help you improve your writing skills, identify areas for growth, and refine your work. Additionally, the emotional support and understanding from fellow writers can provide much encouragement during both successes and challenges.

✒ Inspiration and Ideas: Interacting with other writers exposes you to diverse writing styles, genres, and ideas. Group discussions and brainstorming sessions can spark creativity and provide fresh perspectives on your writing projects. Collaborating and sharing insights with other writers will fuel your creativity.

Think of it a powerful yet nurturing environment in which to grow, learn, and stay committed to your writing.

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.

Together, we have created a space that will take you from rough thoughts in your head to continuous written content creation.

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.

With all of that said, If you do feel like this could be the exact environment you would like to thrive within, here is your invitation to join us:


The Writing Room is about creating a supportive community of writers who are serious about their craft and committed to achieving their writing goals. So if you’re ready to take your writing to the next level, ready to connect with like-minded individuals, and ready to commit to your writing goals – then The Writing Room is waiting for you.

We look forward to welcoming you into our vibrant, passionate community of writers. Let’s write, grow, and succeed together.

Get ready to turn that blank page into a masterpiece. Your writing journey starts here.