Where writers meet to write.

Pen to Paper Writers Circle

You don’t have to write alone.

10 a.m.  (eastern)
Weekly sessions on Zoom

Be Your Own Writing Superhero

Meet with your peers.

“Your writing is phenomenal and I an so happy that you are venturing into creating a community of writers. I have felt the pain of isolation as an online business woman and a writer. Having a weekly writing support group would be heaven.”

Rachel Kieffer

Rachel Kieffer

Health Coach & Author

Is there a written project you’ve been postponing until you had the time? Do you have questions about how to move forward with your book? Would like to hold yourself accountable with a group of your peers?

Our community structure is based on being present for each other in a nonjudgemental and free-from-criticism forum.

A favorite element of the meeting is the dedicated 45-minutes of writing in silence and the follow up conversation.

What is the Writers Circle Group Sessions?
The vision is to create a supportive community for writer to write. I am passionate about assisting writers to hone their skills and publish their message. The intent is to help writers to get their heart-centered messages in front of their audience.

To learn more, visit the About Us page.

What if I’m not a seasoned writer?
The Writers Circle is for seasoned and unseasoned writers who enjoy writing and have the intent to publish their work.

Each of us has a natural gift for relaying OUR message through written words.

The purpose of the circle is to:

  • feel supported and offer support in a community atmosphere.
  • hold ourselves accountable and feel motivated to focus on our writing projects.
  • expand and hone our writing skills.

Whether you are a seasoned or unseasoned writer, there’s a natural ebb and flow of our craft. Wouldn’t it be helpful to discuss the process of writing with those who understand?

Why did you create this writers circle?

I am a writer; it’s what I do.

I, just like you, know…

  • how lonely writing can be,
  • contend with the internal voice that tells me my stuff is utter-crap,
  • let days, months, years (yes, I have three fiction books I started writing four or more years ago) pass with the familiar promise that I’ll get to it soon,
  • in order to stay motivated to complete the book I am writing about grieving the death of my oldest son I need to hold myself accountable and to others,
  • great things can be accomplished when we feel unconditional support from others,
  • we are not alone,
  • our words have power,
  • and, our stories matter.

Why am I leading this circle? This circle is for me to stretch beyond my comfort zone as much as it is for you. And, why not?!

What can I expect to gain as a participant?
  • a community that supports you no matter how crappy you feel your writing is today.
  • a release of the common doldrums of who am I to write and who’s going to read my words.
  • a camaraderie of fellow writers that understands and supports you unconditionally.
  • the encouragement to finish that book you’ve been “working on” for years.
  • the encouragement to create and maintain a blogging schedule.
  • the creative spark to develop a realist list of article topics.
  • the freedom and inspiration to be as creative as you can be!
  • the determination to schedule the time to write.
  • discussions that stretch your creativity and knowledge.
  • expansion of knowledge to hone your writing skillset.

Each of us has with a unique set of skills, knowledge and a “voice” worth being heard.

Are you ready to write the book you dream of finishing, composing the articles you dream of submitting to periodicals, or begin the blog series you say you’ll write one day?

It’s time to write your story.

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