Grace Sammon is an author, radio host, entrepreneur, and educator. Recognized in “Who’s Who in Education” and “Who’s Who in Literature,” Grace utilized skills built up over decades to re-invent herself with her award-winning fourth book and debut novel – The Eves. Always committed to creative collaborations, Grace is the founder of Author Talk Network; a member of the Women’s Fiction Writers’ Association (WFWA) and the Women’s National Book Association (WNBA); and she is the Director of Membership for one of the fastest growing reader/writer on-line communities “Bookish Road Trip.” She currently lives on Florida’s west coast with her husband and a small herd of imaginary llamas. Fin out more about Grace and her work at www.GraceSammon.Net
Mary Helen Sheriff is the author of the award-winning southern women’s fiction, Boop and Eve’s Road Trip. She serves as an Author Marketing Coach, host of Growing Up Bookish, and the CEO of Bookish Road Trip. She has 14 years of teaching experience in elementary school, middle school, college, and professionals. She earned an MFA in Children’s Literature from Hollins University. For more information, check out her website at maryhelensheriff.com.
Stephanie Larkin is the founder and president of Red Penguin Books and Web Solutions, a book and web publication company for over a decade. She is the author of Write That Book!, 365 Reasons to Celebrate! and SCORE with Social Media. Stephanie is the host of television’s Technically Speaking, an award-winning educational cable TV series airing in Queens and Long Island, as well as Between the Covers – the show for readers, and writers, and lovers of books, and a third show—The Author Corner—a new show airing on Verizon and Optimum. Stephanie teaches marketing at Nassau Community College and NY Institute of Technology.
Stephanie Larkin is the “head penguin” of Red Penguin Books and Web Solutions, an independent book and web publication company for over a decade. She is the author of Write That Book!, 365 Reasons to Celebrate! and SCORE with Social Media. Stephanie is the host of television’s Technically Speaking, an award-winning educational cable TV series airing in Queens and Long Island, as well as Between the Covers – the show for readers, and writers, and lovers of books, as well as The Author Corner—our chance to meet the authors you’ll want to read, a new show airing on Verizon and Optimum. Stephanie has taught marketing and small business management at Nassau Community College for the past 12 years.
Emma Dhesi is a book coach and author mentor who specialises in helping beginner authors write their first novel.
Through her 1:1 Emma guides you through story development, character evolution and provides written feedback on your work. She will navigate you through the emotional rollercoaster of finishing your first novel.
For more hands-off help, Emma hosts the podcast Turning Readers Into Writers and offers weekly support via her Facebook Page. Find out more at www.emmadhesi.com
Emma lives in Edinburgh, Scotland with her husband, 3 children and 3 cats.
Do you know what the most under tapped writing resource is?
It’s a resource that works, side-by-side, with you on your manuscript – and not, it’s not ChatGPT!
It’s a book coach. A real person who guides you through your writing process, keeping you accountable and feeding back on your pages so not only do you write a book, but write your best to date!
That’s why I’ve included a chapter on the benefits of working with a book coach in the upcoming book for writers, Launch Pad: The Countdown To Writing Your Book.
In this chapter I explain what book coaching is, how it differs from editing, how a coach helps you write your book and how you can find the right coach for you.
If you’ve been struggling to write your first novel or know you want to uplevel your craft, this chapter is a must-read.
I’ve condensed my top ten tips on how to work with a book coach into a handy free, pdf download you can access here: https://dl.bookfunnel.com/fkm19ybbq8