Experience. You’ve got it—and now you want to write about it.
You’ve lived, loved, lost and learned. You have stories in your head that you want to share with children and teens, or romance, fantasy, mystery or science fiction readers. You have a successful business whose history you want others to know about, have expertise in a hobby or craft or subject matter that you want to share, have travel adventures that you want to chronicle, have family stories you want to make sure your children and grandchildren will remember, or “write a book” is on your bucket list. Maybe you just have the urge to write, and you don’t know, yet, what your story will be.
So where do you start?
Well, here is a good place.
Since turning 60, I’ve written and self-published over 20 books, both fiction and non-fiction, and I’ve enjoyed every minute of it. I’ve also taught communications, part-time, at my local college and worked at the same time as a freelance writer. (You can check that side of my life at http://wrightwriter.com.) You don’t need my background in order to write your stories. What I’ve learned everyone can, and I’m here to share what I’ve learned, be your cheerleader, and help you skip the costly mistakes I made.
Here you’ll find resources and writing prompts, links to the experts I learned from, articles to help you get started and move through your writing projects, plus the option to take advantage of what I’ve learned through my personalized coaching.