A mentoring commitment is a relationship between two people: a mentor and a client. Similarly, a coaching commitment is about relationship between a writer and a coach. The coach's role is to support and encourage the client as they manage their own learning in a particular area. For writing coaching, this area is creative writing, and Penny's role as coach/mentor is to facilitate your writer's journey towards specific goals.
What you'll get from writing coaching with Penny Reeve:
Because each coaching relationship is tailored to the needs and goals of the writer participating, the specifics will vary from writer to writer. However, all coaching commitments are based around a minimum commitment and will include face to face (or phone/skype) meetings, email communication plus sufficient reading/commenting time for Penny to best support you reaching your goals.
What you won't get:
Although Penny will do her best to support your growth as a writer, no writing coach can ever be expected to be a guarantee of future publication. Neither is a coaching commitment a manuscript assessment or editorial service. Although some work can be done on editorial concerns, or even on editorial strategies writers need to engage in to bring a work to completion, the main emphasis of the coaching relationship will be on the writing process not the finished product.
How much will it cost?
Writing coaching is charged in package blocks, which include a specified and pre-agreed number of meetings and/or video calls, reading time, feedback and commenting, as well as email communication.
Please contact Penny for further information and a quote relevant to your situation.
(NOTE: Discounted coaching is available for Omega Writers and those engaged in full time ministry/mission work.)
Want more information?
Use the form to request a Writing Coaching Information Pack and application form, or to ask questions specific to writing coaching.