Imagine being able to smash that writing goal you’ve had to finish your manuscript. You feel amazingly clear and focused about what’s next and feel confident that you can tackle it. You are a writer. Not just any writer, but the writer you dreamed of being!
Book a 1:1 coaching session to talk over your writing dreams with Cat, and she’ll help you develop strategies and techniques to help you when you come up against any writing blocks, so you never have to feel lost and uncertain about your writing again.
Price: £50 (Note that 50% of all 1:1 proceeds go to HLF to be reinvested into the Festival).
In-person: various dates between 9 March – 23 March and Online: various dates between 12 Mar – 22 March 2022 (see below)
Dates for in-person 1:1s (a link will be sent for you to book your slot after paying):45-min slots starting 11am, 12pm, 1pm or 2pm on:
- Wednesday 9 March
- Wednesday 15 March
- Sunday 20 March
- Wednesday 23 March
Dates for online 1:1s: (a link will be sent for you to book your slot after paying):Various options for 45-min slots are available on:
- Saturday 12 March
- Monday 14 March
- Thursday 17 March
- Friday 18 March
- Monday 21 March
- Tuesday 22 March
Book early to secure your preferred date and time slot!
About Cat Lumb: With 10 years of writing under her belt, Cat has faced all of the struggles that come with writing novels and short stories. From writer’s block to overwhelm, and uncertainty to the fear of not being good enough, she spent years believing that she would never be the writer she dreamed of being, and labelling herself a failure when – in reality – she was learning her craft, developing her skills, and improving her writing with every word written.
She left her cultural education job in a museum she loved in the midst of the pandemic to live her dream life; writing novels in her Plotting Shed and supporting other writers in finding ways to live their own writing dreams. Her debut novel – In Lies we Trust – reached #16 in the Kindle Spy Thriller Bestseller charts in its release week, and she’s been published in Writing Magazine, Women’s Weekly, and by Mslexia, and Comma Press.
You can find out more about her via her website: www.catlumb.com