Kansas City, Missouri (PRWEB) August 24, 2006
Writer Suzanne Lieurance is known as "the Working Writer's Coach." That's because she has created a unique program that helps those who like to write become "working" freelance writers. Her program is called The Working Writer's Coaching Program and it includes an intensive 8-weeks of personal one-on-one coaching between Lieurance and each writer she coaches.
"It's hard enough learning how to write for publication," explains Lieurance, "developing a freelance writing career - one that allows writers to only write for a living - is even harder to do, especially for someone just starting out who doesn't really have a plan. My program helps writers develop a plan and then use that plan to create the freelance writing career of their dreams."
When writers sign up for The Working Writer's Coaching Program they receive:
- 8 hours (one hour per week) of one-on-one personal coaching from Lieurance via telephone.
- a copy of The Working Writer's Marketing Plan (a 44 page guide created by Lieurance) and Lieurance's personal assistance as she uses this guide to create an individualized plan to help each coaching student focus on making money from the kind of freelance writing he or she really WANTS to do.
- marketing tips and promotional ideas to get each freelance writer's career started.
- daily networking opportunities with other professional freelance writers who share their weekly marketing plans so her coaching students can actually SEE what it takes to become as successful as these other writers are.
- daily emails from Lieurance to help each coaching student monitor their own progress and stay on track with their plan for success.
- help finding and creating the work needed to develop a lucrative writing career.
Lieurance is somewhat selective about the students she accepts for her program. "Many people are only interested in getting something published. That's fine. But if that's their goal, then I'm not the coach for them. But I can recommend another coach who will help them. I'm also not the coach for beginning writers who have never written for publication. I work with writers who have spent time studying the craft of writing and are now ready to learn how to use their skills to create an exciting freelance career," she said.
Renee Kirchner, who took part in Lieurance's program earlier this summer suggests, "If you would like to start making money as a writer you should consider signing up for The Working Writer's Coaching Program from Suzanne Lieurance. Suzanne taught me how to build a writing career and how to stop waiting for my stories to sell. She taught me how to develop a weekly marketing plan and learn to stick to it. She also understands the importance of marketing your writing skills and she gives you the tools you need to showcase your work. My career is beginning to take off thanks in large part to her guidance and encouragement. I believe her program was a wise investment of my time and money. She has taken me much further than I could have gone on my own."
Lieurance loves coaching other writers almost as much as she loves writing itself. She says, "It's always exciting and rewarding for me when one of my coaching students starts living the writer's life he or she has always dreamed of."
To find out more about The Working Writer's Coaching Program, visit http://www.the-working-writers-coach.blogspot.com or http://www.suzannelieurance.com. Lieurance offers a FREE sample one-hour coaching telesession to anyone who wants to find out if The Working Writer's Coaching Program is right for them.