by Award-winning Author
Deborah J. Levine
One-on-one coaching sessions are 1 hour each either in person in Chattanooga or in an online ZOOM chat room (call-in # provided by e-mail).
Coaching spots are limited. SCROLL DOWN TO REGISTER.
Cost: $75 per hour coaching session
SPECIAL OFFER! – 30% Discount on SILVER COACHING package of 3-session $50@ = $150.00
Note: To qualify for the Special Offer, register for GURU Editing (minimum of SILVER EDITING Package – 10 pages)
Here’s Expert Advice designed specifically for you:
- Secret clues based on Content Edits
- Perfect your Style
- Grab your Audience
- Create the Flow
- Make an Impact
- Unblock Writer’s block
“Award-winning author and lecturer Deborah Levine’s coaching is a must for anyone who wants to learn how to put pen to paper or fingers to keyboard and come up with readable, enjoyable pieces of professional level books and articles. Her guidance is steady and patient, her comments are on point and her expertise shines through each lesson. I enjoyed every minute and learned enough to have the self-confidence to try my hand and come up with a truly good piece of work. I would highly recommend Ms. Levine to anyone who wants to start writing now.”
~ Cathryn Cohen
“Deborah has a unique style as an Editor. She is thorough, helpful and easy going. You get to feel her rich experience in the very first encounter with her. Her reviews are top-notch and has consulted for many international organizations. She has demonstrated keen interest in the development of new and young writers over the years and is always available when called upon. I couldn’t find anyone better to work with”
~ Kwaku Amoako Fosu-Gyeabour
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Note: You must register for Content Editing (minimum of SILVER EDITING PACKAGE – 10 pages) to qualify for the SILVER COACHING PACKAGE.
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