What NOT to Expect from a Writing Coach

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I’ve done a fair amount of coaching writers. Sometimes it’s been a formal relationship with me being paid well for my services. Sometimes it’s been more casual, as in a writing forum, or around a table in a coffee shop or over the phone when writing friend yells for help.

Often clients come to me with unreasonable expectations. Here are six things you cannot expect from good writing coaches.

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Writer, life and writing coach, book ghostwriter, Grandmother, Buddhist. Liberal who listens to the other side, political activist-www.DemocracyCounts.org

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Writer, life and writing coach, book ghostwriter, Grandmother, Buddhist. Liberal who listens to the other side, political activist-www.DemocracyCounts.org

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