Support for new and aspiring writers
Are you looking for a writing mentor?
Are you an aspiring writer trying to get your first book or written or perhaps? Do you find yourself stuck on how to develop your plot or motivate yourself to finish a manuscript?
A mentor can help you to develop your manuscript, manage your time and stay motivated. Developing a new novel, whether it's your first time or not, can be tricky and that's where mentoring comes in handy.
Who is it for?
University students seeking help with creative writing.
Aspiring authors writing a first book (to self-publish or submit to agents)
Experienced writers in another field writing a first novel.
Self-published authors struggling to develop a new book.
Those seeking to create a memoir.
How it works
Send an email detailing your requirements or book a free 15-minute call.
I will then email you some quotes and further details about how mentoring can specifically help you.
If you would like to continue, you can book just one session of a block of 6 at a time.
Fiction manuscripts in all genres bar erotica. Non-fiction manuscripts dependent on the subject.
If you are completely new to writing or wish to develop your skills on a basic level, you can book a workshop.
Enquire for guidelines on mentoring for poets and short story writers.
"Every live wire needs an earth and Francesca Tyer has been just that for Destiny’s Boot. To put it another way, if I was adamant that I wanted to swim the Channel, she would be in the support boat with snacks and a compass ... I am incredibly grateful for her voice of reason, technical knowhow."
F. J. Mitchell, first time author
"Francesca is very patient and encouraging. She really helped me gain the tools I needed to write the stories I created. She was truly invested in me doing well on the course and she helped me achieve the grade I wanted."
Sue A, Open University
"I’m a first-time YA writer.
Francesca has been a great help and encouragement in editing my manuscript focusing me on inconsistencies and highlighting rewrites for me to concentrate on rather than having to grapple with the whole work. I have no hesitation in recommending her services."
Nigel Calvert, first time author