Are you working on a book but aren't sure what kind of voice (aka writing style) you want for it? Or maybe your fear of not knowing what you want your writing to “sound like” is getting in your way, and your progress on the book is stalling? Then join Sara Letourneau, book coach/editor at Heart of the Story Editorial & Coaching Services, for this webinar that's designed to show you seven steps for developing an authentic voice that fits you and your book. You'll come away from our time together with a stronger awareness of how you want your ideal readers to think or feel when they read your book, a better idea of the stylistic choices you do AND don't want to include in your writing, and the confidence in knowing how to write in a way that sounds like . . . well, you!
Sara Letourneau is the book coach, editor, and writing workshop instructor at Heart of the Story Editorial & Coaching Services. She especially enjoys working with female-identifying authors, entrepreneurs, influencers, and other writers to help them develop the skills, knowledge, and confidence they need so they can finish their manuscripts, ensure they're ready for publication, and achieve their writing and publishing goals while embracing their most authentic creative selves. Her expertise ranges from speculative fiction, literary fiction, and YA fiction, to memoir, business books, and spiritual and self-help nonfiction. Sara is also the cofounder of the Pour Me a Poem open mic series for poets in Mansfield, Massachusetts; and her poetry has appeared is numerous literary journals, magazines, and anthologies. You can learn more about working with her at https://heartofthestoryeditorial.com/.