The Women’s Writers Circle
A supportive community for writers who want to start writing their book.
A 6 week writers circle to get you started on writing the book you have been dreaming about for years.
Just imagine how you would feel when you hold your book in your hand?
The satisfaction, pride and joy.
The doors it can open for you in your business.
How it will build your reputation as an expert in your field.
Want to join the next writers circle?
I’m now gathering a group of carefully selected women together to form the next cohort of this fantastic group programme, starting February 2021.
Please get in touch to arrange a free chat with me to see if this is right for you.
Hosted by Georgia Varjas
Author of 4 books both fiction and non-fiction
Contributor to 6 anthologies
Writer of more than 200 blog posts
I know how hard it is to get started, that blank page syndrome, the doubts and fears about being a good writer and the anxiety of not finishing what you started.
Women's Writers CircleStarts February 2021
- Welcoming all writers wanting to find something worthwhile, beneficial for now and the future.
- Because your book is a gift and a product that you can read, and sell again and again.
- Includes a pre-launch zoom call a few days before the start. We will introduce ourselves and prepare for the first online meeting (date to be announced).
- Program held weekly, we will have approx 30 mins of writing coaching and then 30 mins of group work.
Why join the Writer's Circle?
Writing is your most powerful way to send your message, experience and expertise out to the world.
Writing is a sublime communication between brain, mind, thoughts, emotions and your fingertips.
Writing is the best roller coaster ride journey offering amazing personal and business possibilities.
And writing together in a supportive community of other aspiring authors, offers the most benefits, encouragement and success.
What to expect from each session.
WEEK 1 - The importance of writing my book
WEEK 2 - Word count and chapter length
WEEK 3 - Setting out the chapters
WEEK 4 - Story and research
WEEK 5 - The first 3 chapters
WEEK 6 - Summarising progress and what's next.
Testimonals from The Women’s Writer Circle
I am not a writer. I have never considered myself to be a writer. Joining Georgia’s Women’s Writing Circle was very much on an impulse after I heard her speak at an online conference.
I am absolutely LOVING it! I have a long way to go but I feel so empowered to write this book and tell my story. Georgia, and the other wonderful women in the Circle, are inspiring me and encouraging me to continue. There are so many ideas and concepts to come out of each session and there is so much that you can learn from hearing about what others are writing and their challenges and successes.
The beauty of the Women’s Writing Circle is that Georgia can adapt what she discusses to our needs whilst still covering the information that is required to write a book.
I am so excited to be here and in the thick of this process of writing, knowing that I have the support and expertise of Georgia and the rest of the group.
It was the best decision to join. Now I feel like I am a writer and I never thought that I would ever write those words!
I am a member of the current Writing Circle with Georgia Varjas. Writing is a journey with many turns and twists. Georgia Varjas has been an amazing guide and a great source of encouragement and inspiration during this journey.
Not to mention the fact that the Writing Circle brought my way two spectacular sojourners. If there is one thing that a beginner author requires, it is the boldness to embark on the journey and the courage to stay on course even when at times the destination is not so obvious.
I have found great support and challenge in the Writing Circle. The journey is far from over but the Writing Circle has brought us together. We will be each other’s keepers as we journey towards our destination: three great books. I know my story and I can see my book already and this keeps me focused despite the challenges that are sure to happen along the journey.
Many thanks Georgia Varjas for getting us started!