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You have something to say - Let Me help you say it.

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None of us need another guide or how-to course on 'writing that sells' or '6-figure-novel-writing.' We don't need breakdowns of sentence structure or the pros and cons of the semicolon.

What we need is to tell the damn story.  Which is why I’m here.

DraftCrafting is not about getting published. It’s not about getting an agent. 

It is about crafting a draft. (Also known as writing a story.)


If Writers Had Group Houses, Where Would You Be Sorted?


  HOUSE WHERE AM I GOING

HOUSE WHERE AM I GOING

  HOUSE WHAT WAS I THINKING

HOUSE WHAT WAS I THINKING

  HOUSE WHAT EVEN IS HAPPENING

HOUSE WHAT EVEN IS HAPPENING

Maybe you're eager to write, but aren't sure if you're doing it the "right" way, or don't know how to start.
If I were a sentient hat, I'd assign you to  House "Where Am I Going" - and give you a magical map labeled "I solemnly swear I am up to no Should."

Maybe you've been writing for awhile, but you secretly suspect you're doing it wrong, and you want to recapture the joy of just telling of a story.
If sentient-hat-me were to sort you, you'd end up in House What Was I Thinking - and I'd give you some wire from the Jeep. (name that reference!)

Maybe you have 30 works in progress and 106 shiny new ideas, but you can't seem to finish any of them because they keep growing and oh look, a new idea!
There's no question - the sentient hat would put you directly into House What Even Is Happening - and I'd give you a magnifying glass. 

I have, as the poets say, got you. Fam. 

I'd like to help you write a story. Craft a draft, if you will, from beginning to end, so in three days you have a finished thing. Not a perfect thing, not right away. But a thing - a thing that wouldn’t have existed without YOU. And that’s not nothing.


Yes! I want to write a story in 3 days!

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What Type of Writer Are You (required)

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The whole goal of DraftCrafting is to be real and true to yourself. 

 I'll start. 

When you provide your email address:

  • You agree to receive emails from me that will walk you through the process of writing a story. (3 in a row to start, beginning as soon as you jump through all the "no I'm not a robot" hoops.)
  • Once per month, I will provide you with relevant writerly thoughts, resources, suggestions, and probably gifs, because that's just how I roll.
  • I will occasionally remind you of the other ways in which I can support you as a writer, or alert you to changes in pricing or availability of services.

Consider me George of the Jungle, minus the abs.

I pinky-promise I won't spam you or sell your information or anything.
We're good.