After that, who knows what can happen?
In my work as an author and workshop leader, I have met countless women—in person and online—with amazing stories, so many of whom have said, “I’ve always wanted to write…,” but who never do, for a variety of reasons.
- They think their stories aren’t good enough.
- They don’t think their writing skills are up to par.
- They don’t know what they’d do with their writing.
- They don’t know how to start.
And starting is just that; putting pen to paper, or fingers to keyboard and seeing what happens. As simple as that may sound, it can be really hard to do without a lot of support.
Join The Club
I started Write Brain Women to attract women from around the world to a community that shares encouragement, tools, resources, and connections for writing, no matter what the ultimate aim. Some of our members are hoping to get published, some are not; some write for personal reasons, some for business. No matter your genre—fiction, non-fiction, poetry, essay, journal, or technical writing—this group can support your journey.
If you’re ready to be part of this amazing group, click here to join our monthly membership. You’ll find mentoring, expert interviews, tips and exercises for fine-tuning your story-telling skills, and some extraordinary women with whom to share it all!
We also have a private group on Facebook, at www.facebook.com/groups/writebrainwomen.
We are women who write because we must, for the sake of letting our stories unfold, wherever they may go. If you’re “that woman” too, I hope you’ll join us.