I help you tell your real story
- Do you have a book in you, but feel stuck?
- Do you have a message you need to share with the world?
- Do you want to be known as the expert in your field?
- Do you want to connect emotionally with your readers?
If you’ve said “YES”! then you need my help to get your book published and adored by your readers.
I am an experienced editor-for-hire and published author who will help you achieve writing confidence and publication success. If you need one-on-one coaching, I offer mentoring that can turn you from a writer into an author. I am the expert you can trust and who will be honest and fair with you. And most of all I strive to create long-term relationships with my clients so I can be your go-to person on your writing and publication journey!
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“Alice’s series of memoir classes were extraordinarily valuable for me. I started with lots of scribbles, blog posts and other pieces. By the end of the advanced class, I had:developed a structure for my work,written almost half of it, voiced my theme received crucial feedback on my writing, and interacted with a group of writing peers who significantly impacted my life. If you want to move from writing dreams to a writing life, you could not find a better mentor than Alice Osborn nor a better educational value.”-Michelle Tackabery, Durham, NC
“I definitely gained value from Alice Osborn’s memoir workshop. Alice is a teacher with the gift of creating a safe environment for sharing personal writing. She gives good specific feedback and her writing exercises are very effective and educational. Once you’ve done the writing exercise, you definitely understand the lesson very well. I will continue to take classes from Alice.”—Elaine Bayless, Raleigh, NC