Does writer's block have you down? Is procrastination limiting your progress on your writing project? Imagine how your writing project would benefit from one-on-one or group coaching with an author whose 5 books and 45 articles, essays and other writings are in print and published by nationally renowned houses and periodicals. She also has served as editor for a number of journals over the years including Teaching of Psychology, Psychology of Women Quarterly (PWQ), and the Michigan Journal of Community Service. What Dr. Michelle has learned en route to the successful release of her works is what she looks forward to sharing with you. She can help you:
• Engage with the brainstorming, outlining, organizing, developmental
processing, comprehensive editing, proof-reading, and/or motivational
support you need to help bring your project to completion.
• Move forward step by step, with proven strategies, so that you can bring
your writing project to fruition.
• Clarify and outline your writing project by guiding you in a proven method
of refining concept
• Create a roadmap to completion of your project.
Dr. Michelle’s experience is in the genres and areas of social science, non-fiction, fiction, anthology, academic, non-academic, resumes, vitaes, grant-writing, poetic, scriptwriting, speeches, editorials, essays, personal statements, complaints, business and personal letters, and more. She also is a developmental editor, proof-reader, and copy-editor. Dr. Michelle can bring her extensive professional editing experience to the consultation and coaching process, which results in clean, concise final projects.
You can know the satisfaction of your thoughts and creativity being available to share with others. Even if publication is not your goal or you just need to “get it done”, proven processes will guide any type of writing project to completion with excellence and relative ease.
Whatever your writing needs, contact Dr. Michelle for an informational consultation at email@example.com.
More about my educational background and life’s work can be found at: https://www.conncoll.edu/directories/emeritus-faculty/michelle-dunlap/
To your writing success, Dr. Michelle
"I am a writer and an personal narrative oral storyteller. I am NOT a poet. Yet, when I worked with Michelle, despite my protests I found the poet within. Her knowledgeable and gentle guidance led me to the latent poet within. So grateful for her unmuteing that voice.” Denise Page
"Sometimes the obvious is perplexing when doing something for the first time. Dr. Dunlap did an exceptional job coaching me in writing my first book proposal according to the publisher's template." Dr. Lucy B. Houston
“Recently, you have helped me with a very important letter. I articulated my thoughts, as they came out, and you withdrew the emotion and dealt with facts. Your turnaround time was 24-48 hours. I'm of the opinion that your writing skills are without parallel. Thank you” Tony Martin
“Because Dr. Michelle Dunlap is outward focused, having determined to leave her mark on the world, she has been the woman that I’ve trusted to critique my writing. Her meekness manifests in her discriminate thinking, clothed in humanity, when she returns her reviews of your work. Because her passion is rooted in compassion, her suggestions and critical thinking are easy to receive. She is as gifted as she is skilled in helping writers to become authors. I’m a witness.” M. J. Smith, Inspirational Author
“I began writing shortly after the death of a family member and Michelle began to read my pieces and encourage me in my writing. I never had that confidence in what I wrote until one day I had written a piece straight from my raw emotional feelings. I sent that piece to Michelle and she said Kim, I'm going to send something back to you. I was eager and promptly Michelle sent me a piece. I thought my gosh this is powerful!! I was in awe. Then she sent me the title separately. It was my own writing , my own words but slightly adjusted in punctuation and the paragraphs spaced differently. She spaced it into how she heard my words, my pain. It turned my unformed writing into something with an amazing amount of substance that floored me to my core and I could not imagine that I could write that powerful.” Kim Charron