How I coach writers
If you are dyslexic, you may find writing difficult at times.
If you have ADHD you could find that it's hard to organise your time and work to targets.
But being dyslexic or having ADHD doesn't mean you have no creative ideas.
Just getting them down in writing can be harder.
You may want to write something factual- either for work, or a hobby.
Or you may want to write a novel and lack confidence to get started.
Let me help you in a supportive way.
I'm a published author of two books and I've written regularly for The Times, Telegraph, Guardian, Independent and numerous websites.
I've coached complete beginners who are now published authors or journalists, as well as experienced writers.
I can tailor coaching to whatever you need.
How I became a writer
I am a published author of two non-fiction self-help guides (see Amazon.)
I was commissioned to write the books for parents, using my teaching background.
As a spin-off from these, I was commissioned to write features, initially on education.
For ten years I have been writing for all the broadsheets - The Times, Guardian, Telegraph, the Independent on Sunday, a regular career page in the i newspaper, a range of magazines and websites including women's magazines, health websites and parenting websites.
You can see a couple of my features here: