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“Sophie is brilliant at helping you get unstuck and re-energising your writing life. She’s done more for me in our emails and coaching videos to help progress my career and give me confidence and a sense of agency in things than anyone else in the ten years I’ve been writing.

Ruth Field

“Fantastic programme for writers (and for life!) to change your mindset and redirect your thinking to the positive. I’m only a few weeks in and it’s really working already!

Alexa Tewkesbury

“The Dream Author coaching program put me in the mindset of a successful author from day one. The thought-provoking material and Sophie’s hilarious podcasts are both chock-full of serious industry information. If you’re looking for motivation to take your writing to the next level, you’ll find it here!

Lee Lowery

“Getting a book published was my dream for decades, yet I was only initially prepared for the writing side of my new job. I hadn’t planned for the wider life changes and personal challenges that come with it — the unpredictability, the exposure, the massive highs and lows. The Dream Author programme has helped me think in a structured way about what I want from my career and how to approach it. Through coaching and challenging, I feel more confident about aiming high, while knowing I’m also improving my resilience to deal with the lows. Sophie shares both her time and her experience very generously and I can’t recommend the Dream Author programme highly enough.

Caroline Hulse

“Every supremely successful writer the world has ever known has done the following things sometimes or often: made poor choices, not planned properly, not liked their results and so made a new, better plan, and made better choices next time round that they would not have been able to make so decisively if they hadn’t first failed. If we think of certain choices and approaches as Terrible Mistakes That Shouldn’t Have Happened, then when they happen (and, remember, they’re inevitable as soon as we set out to achieve anything) we will make that mean ‘I’m terrible, I’m an idiot, I’m never going to succeed.’ This will make us feel awful and very likely to give up. Whereas instead we can say to ourselves, ‘I’m going to make lots of mistakes and take wrong turns and fail over and over…and that’s exactly what is supposed to happen. Nothing will have gone wrong when it does, and it won’t mean I’m rubbish or undeserving, or that I’m likely to fail overall or in the long term. On the contrary! It will mean the opposite: the more fails and mistakes I’m willing to stack up now, in the early part of my writing journey, the more lessons I will learn and the more precisely I will be able to create and engineer huge success for myself in the future.”