Writing + Coaching + Marketing
Loud, complaining voices in a noisy world make it impossible to hear the whispers from deep within your creative soul.
To be attentive to detail and to steady one’s heart and mind in order to embark on a new adventure in a new year begs the need for sacred space. Space to creatively blossom … to write … to plan … to welcome success.
Enter the place for quiet. The energy of winter has arrived and it is inviting you to do things differently now until spring offers her beauty.
You are invited to work with me in your own private one-day Author Workshop that is fully devoted to accomplishing your writing dreams. Your workshop will be held in the private guest dining room at the Stockbridge Country Inn in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, nestled in the Berkshire Mountains a short distance from Edith Wharton’s home, The Mount, in Lenox. Guest accommodations for workshop participants are available at reduced rates.
In your workshop …
Learn new creative marketing strategies * Discover the joys of leading a passionate and abundant writing life * Tackle lessons in the writing craft * Determine your thought leadership intentions and goals * Uncover a whole new way to approach your literary lifestyle that makes you proud
Your creative dream is calling you … are you ready to answer?
To learn more details about the workshop to see if it is the right fit for you, please contact me directly at the number below so I may answer your questions.
Award-Winning, Best-selling Author
Writing Success Coach
I am so delighted to be part of the MamaintheNow.com community as today’s Guest Blogger!
Thank you, Tove Maren Stakkestad, Founder of MamaintheNow, for this lovely opportunity to share some thoughts with your readers! It was a joy to be able to break out and take my pen and write from my heart. Such fun!
I love summertime, when I can take my son to camp and watch him bounce with glee upon arrival — much different than taking him to school in the morning! This extra dose of joy gives me a boost to be more creative and mull over what I want to write about.
That’s the thing about summer, I think. The shackles of “shoulds” seem to fall off and be replaced by dormant desires to be free. And this creates an amazing environment to write … write … write.
Recently, I wrote about the one ingredient that is needed in a single mom’s day for my blog at SingleMothers.us. http://www.singlemothers.us/single-mothers-day It was the kickstart I needed to begin a summer of creativity and life at a slower pace.
What are you doing to expand your muse this summer?