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Writers One-to-One

Professional Mentoring For Writers

It's about you and your writing.

Working with a mentor can increase your confidence as a writer and move your writing to a whole new level.

Our mentoring programme pairs you with a writer who has a proven track record in the genre you want to work in. It combines written comment and face-to-face meetings via video link, or in person, to discuss your work and progress. Plus, you can discuss your plans for publication and promotion of your writing. Your mentor will help to build your confidence, find your individual voice and encourage you to try new approaches. It’s a challenging, exciting and creatively expanding process, that’s personal to you.

If you’re working on a novel or non-fiction book this programme could be invaluable. It’s also ideal for writers who are wanting to improve, change direction with their writing or are looking for professional development. It’s NOT suitable for beginners. For your free application pack, with no obligation, please complete the form!

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Writers One-to-One

Writers' One-to-One
Mentoring Programme

  • Work with a professional with a proven track record in your chosen genre.
  • Flexible to fit your personal writing aims and goals.
  • Eight, one-hour, face-to-face meetings
  • Up to 5,000 words discussed each meeting.
  • Written summary of meetings provided.
  • Option to discuss routes to publication.
  • Notes on the submission process, publication and marketing.
  • Finish with the confidence and a clear plan to move foward on your own.


Standard programme £3000 inc VAT
NUS Student Discount Card
Institute of Training and Occupational Learning

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