You have a fiction story in your head and heart —
a book idea you’ve been working on for so long —
and you’re just SO READY to get it fully written…
But the truth is, something has been holding you back… and it’s time to find out exactly what that is.
If you’re at the point where you absolutely know that getting help will make your writing
faster, easier, and (honestly) better, then keep reading…
With Erin, you will get elite, focused time with one-on-one coaching that will help you to drive your creative process forward — fast.
So if you want your book finished, reach out. Because this could be the fire that you need to finish, and finish well.
Get your Ideas Clearly Written…
Brainstorm the new ideas your story needs,
to get published…
Finally Articulate What You Want to Say…
Clear the extra, unnecessary words out of your story —
and finally add in what’s missing…
Nail Down Your Book Idea…
Get un-stuck, fire up brilliant ideas, get back the passion…
Finish Your book, Faster… in the way it was meant to be.
Together, we’ll map your ideas, focus your words and get it done.
Find out what you need to do, to make your writing better.
What others say about working with Erin…
Erin is my writing idol, so I was thrilled to have an opportunity to work with her one-on-one. She came to our meeting prepared and ready to maximize every second. She’s so experienced yet still patient and nurturing with new writers. I love how she can take an idea she just heard and—within seconds—amp it up in a variety of creative ways. My manuscript will be infinitely better because of her influence.
~ Janeen Z.
Charleston, South Carolina
September 2019 — Book traditionally published in 2021
I took every one of your courses in story development and fiction writing. It’s clear, I not only fell in love with writing — I gained so many skills and am now a published author with Morgan James Publishing.
~ Grace A.
May, 2019 — Book traditionally published in 2019
Just wow. Erin said it would be MFA level material and she wasn’t kidding! So much helpful information about ratcheting up conflict in your novel by infusing tension into every scene….specific techniques to act on… I was itching to get out my WIP and lock myself in a room to dig in.
— Kathy Higgs-Coulthard, author of “Hanging with My Peeps,” Director of Michiana Writers’ Center