Category Archives: writing coach

Getting beyond nothing to say

I spoke on enjoying writing and writing better to a group of businesspeople a couple of weeks ago. After I finished, one person commented that he’d thought I would spend more time on how to get past “writers block.” I … Continue reading

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Are you a writer?

For years, I identified myself as anything but a writer. Poet (and later, editor) was as close as I got to admitting writing could be an important part of what I did.  Why? I was a reluctant writer. A writer … Continue reading

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What’s a writing coach?

The number one question I get about my change from freelance writer/editor to writing coach would be, what’s that? In fact, only when I decided to market myself as a writing coach did I realize that my editing style had … Continue reading

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Welcome to Starting Your Story …

HI! I’m Susan Price, writing coach at re/Write: Scribbles to Stories. My mission is to help would-be writers past their fears about writing.  While good writing takes work, that work doesn’t always need to be tedious or difficult. My goal … Continue reading

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