The Write Alley Coaching & Writing Strategies

4 May

* Is writing one of your biggest fears or challenges?

* Do you want to learn how to do the writing and to use the tools necessary to compete in today’s “social” world of online networking and marketing?

* Is your writing ability holding you back professionally?

* Do you want to start or finish a major writing project like a book?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, we’re ready to help you find the light and coach you down The Write Alley!

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What else can The Write Alley Coaching and Writing Strategies do for you?

EDUCATION A writing coach teaches you how to be a better writer with individualized tools and techniques you can use on a daily basis whether to write an email, a blog post, or a brochure.

TRANSFORMATION A writing coach can help you transform an idea into words: a mission statement, a novel, a website.

ACCOUNTABILITY A writing coach develops an action plan with you to tackle even the most difficult writing projects—and keeps you motivated to follow through on the plan.

EDITORIAL We offer a full menu of writing services.

The sooner you contact The Write Alley for a free consultation, the sooner we can get going and figure out which route is the best for you! Email The Write Alley Head Coach Gwendolyn today gwendolynalley AT yahoo DOT com.

Subscribe to our blog, explore our website, send us an email, or give us a call to learn more about our coaching sessions, our  “Walk & Talk” Networking Writing Workshops, Birth-A-Book workshops, our blogging classes, and our services for editing, proofreading, and more! We offer free consultations, competitive pricing, and sincere service. Rates range from $40-180.

Together we’ll find the right strategy to turn your writing problems into writing solutions.

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3 Responses to “The Write Alley Coaching & Writing Strategies”

  1. gmc December 11, 2010 at 9:31 pm #

    enjoy^^

    “So you want to be a writer” hank bukowski

    if it doesn’t come bursting out of you
    in spite of everything,
    don’t do it.
    unless it comes unasked out of your
    heart and your mind and your mouth
    and your gut,
    don’t do it.
    if you have to sit for hours
    staring at your computer screen
    or hunched over your
    typewriter
    searching for words,
    don’t do it.
    if you’re doing it for money or
    fame,
    don’t do it.
    if you’re doing it because you want
    women in your bed,
    don’t do it.
    if you have to sit there and
    rewrite it again and again,
    don’t do it.
    if it’s hard work just thinking about doing it,
    don’t do it.
    if you’re trying to write like somebody
    else,
    forget about it.

    if you have to wait for it to roar out of
    you,
    then wait patiently.
    if it never does roar out of you,
    do something else.

    if you first have to read it to your wife
    or your girlfriend or your boyfriend
    or your parents or to anybody at all,
    you’re not ready.

    don’t be like so many writers,
    don’t be like so many thousands of
    people who call themselves writers,
    don’t be dull and boring and
    pretentious, don’t be consumed with self-
    love.
    the libraries of the world have
    yawned themselves to
    sleep
    over your kind.
    don’t add to that.
    don’t do it.
    unless it comes out of
    your soul like a rocket,
    unless being still would
    drive you to madness or
    suicide or murder,
    don’t do it.
    unless the sun inside you is
    burning your gut,
    don’t do it.

    when it is truly time,
    and if you have been chosen,
    it will do it by
    itself and it will keep on doing it
    until you die or it dies in you.

    there is no other way.

    and there never was.

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