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Here's a rundown of the three most popular services I provide. I offer these services (along with other things like 1:1 coaching) both remotely, and in-person. If you are local to Greensboro, North Carolina, contact me about meeting in person.

Fiction Outlining

Each outline comes with an outline guide, writing advice, and the outline itself. The outline guide explains how the outline works and how to use the outline provided. The writing advice includes unique tips pertaining specifically to your story. These tips come directly from my studying, and are not simplistic or general information you would just find with a quick Google search. The outline is then a plot-based outline with twelve specific points thoroughly laid out for your story. This outline will act as a map, which both provides structure to your story idea, while keeping it flexible for you to decide where you want chapter breaks, what information you want to expand on, and where you may want to add additional scenes. Outlines are typically anywhere from 20-50 pages long. As extras, clients can also choose if they'd like character sketches, a printable visual timeline, or extra writing advice included.

Non-Fiction Outlining

Similar to fiction outlines, non-fiction outlines will also include an outline guide, writing advice, and the outline itself. I also include an outline skeleton, which basically gives a rough layout of how each chapter should be written. Non-fiction outlines are chapter-by-chapter outlines, which means I will provide a chapter title, prodding questions to help you understanding what topics should be covered in each chapter, along with a summary that covers the topics of individual chapters. These outlines are very strategically constructed, showing you why it is organized and ought to be written a certain way. For extras, I offer extra research, resource links, competition analysis, and extra writing advice.

Alpha Reading

Similar to beta reading, alpha reading is where I come alongside you as you write each chapter and give suggestions and advice, listing the things I like, dislike, and would recommend changing. This is something I would be doing real-time as you complete each chapter, both teaching and critiquing your work as you move forward. If you've already started a story or aren't in need of an outline, this is arguably just as helpful. I offer this for both fiction and non-fiction writers.


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