If your heart yearns to tell it’s own story, I’m here to hold your hand. With editorial services, coaching packages and online courses, anyone with the desire to write can explore their creativity and find their voice. Whether you want to be a novelist, a blogger, or just want to develop a new hobby, I will help you uncover the beauty of writing, as a journey and a destination.
Has the craft of writing always appealed to you?
Now available as a self-paced course, Hatch explores the world of writing, shows you how to unlock your imagination and develop them into ideas.
Hatch Yourself: Bloggers also available for anyone whose ever wanted to start a blog, or who has struggled to stay commited.
Hatch Yourself will be available from 16.9.2019
Have you got an idea for a novel, blog or non-fiction book but feel out of your depth going it alone?
Fledgling is the perfect mashup between Hatch and Blackbird; part course, part coaching, that over eight weeks will leave you with the beginnings of a work-in-progress and the knowledge you need to move forward.
Next course: October 2019
Manuscripts up to 80000 words £449
Manuscripts up to 120000 words £599
Manuscripts over 120000 words Please enquire for a bespoke quote
A full manuscript critique to analyse your work and a detailed report that will help you to reevaluate and develop your work to be the best story possible.
We will read your book and provide you with honest, professional insight in the form of an editorial document of critical assertions, suggestions and issues.
We won't sugarcoat anything but we always approach work positively - we want your story to soar.
Prices on enquiry.
Line and copy-editing of your full manuscript.
Two copies of your edited manuscript: Clean and Comments
A style-sheet, developed just for you.
Email support for two weeks after the work is delivered.
5000 words read by one of our experienced editors.
A detailed edit of 1000 words.
Detailed report (up to 5 pages) that will critique the opening of your book, make note of any style or plot issues that could be addressed, and suggestions on how to improve your work