Let’s Write!

We all have a story to tell, whether short fiction, memoir, novel, or poetry.

Come for some instruction and gentle, encouraging guidance (and a healthy dose of humor) as you create your work of art, whether you plan to publish or not, with a private individual online consultation/editing session.

I think you’ll find my rates more than reasonable and my comments and ideas worth a lot more than I charge, given my years of experience and education in writing, and self-publishing.  (Please check out my clients’ Testimonials).  I’m happy to pass on to you all I’ve learned from others from whom I’ve labored to learn!

I promise you won’t be disappointed, or 100% of your money will be refunded.

For information on how to get started leave a comment or write me at valser27@gmail.com.

I’ll get back to you promptly.

Your journey of expressing yourself starts here!

~ Don’t miss it! :- )

 

Author: Valerie Serrano

Valerie Serrano has a master of fine arts degree in creative writing and a bachelor of arts in psychology. Valerie taught English and writing in New York for seven years (1996-2003), and has been teaching creative writing classes online through www.LetsWrite.com and in Santa Rosa, California, where she now resides, since 2012. Her small business is called Let's Write! from which she also offers editing, self-publishing help, and more (such as motivation to good but scared writers). Val loves every minute of it, especially when students have the gumption to take their writing from first (very) rough draft to (self) published. Valerie has self-published her own novel called The Archangel of Hamilton Beach and a children’s picture book, Horses Talk Funny, both available on Amazon and via her blog. Val loves to say: So, Let's Write!

2 thoughts on “Let’s Write!”

  1. Occasionally, there is a story that is so poignant, so moving, that it just has to be told. “The Archangel of Hamilton Beach” is just such a story.

    Danny, Valerie Serrano’s protagonist in this touching novel, shows us how it is not what you have been given that counts—but rather, what you do with what you have.

    This is a heartfelt, compelling novel that easily flows off the page. I read this novel in two days (as I could not put it down). I am eagerly waiting to read the sequel.

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