Are you having trouble plotting out your next book? Have you been struggling with the same plot hole for weeks and aren’t sure how to get past it? It happens to all of us. Reaching a road block in your story is practically an inevitability of being an author.
Kellie Sheridan is a long time writer and story teller with more than a dozen stories in multiple genres, a long time beta reader, and ultimately, a problem solver. Whether you’re looking for one big brainstorming session, step-by-step plotting assistance, or an extra pair of eyes through the rest of your drafting stage, we’ve got you covered.
One-on-One Story Assistance
Schedule a live session, either using video chat or text chat (your preference) to discuss your current story and any issues you might be having. We’ll be working from an existing idea, or brainstorming a new idea from scratch, based on a questionnaire you’ll have filled out and returned ahead of time. Kellie will work with you on either story beats or overall plot and character arcs (potentially both, this very much depends on what stage your plot is at) or focus on a particular issue.
$20 per half-hour
$35 per hour
$100 to schedule three hour-long sessions
Each half-hour includes a 5 minute break.
Same Day Support
Need a little more help? Join the exclusive Weapenry slack channel for same-day access to help, brainstorming and ideas.
$35 per month.
Only available to clients who have utilized story consultant services for the same or connected projects.
Q: What genres do you work with?
A: Looking to write a complex mystery? An epic fantasy? A sweeping romance? I’m open and have worked with most genres in the past, but the initial questionnaire will give us both a sense on if we would work well together on this particular story.
Q: How does the process work?
A: While I have a system that has worked well for me in the past, which is mostly conversational with plenty of questions aimed at the author to help them uncover their plot, the process ultimately varies from author to author. If you have any preferences or input before we jump in about what works best for you, I’d love to hear it and will plan accordingly.
Q: How much can we expect to get done in an hour?
A: There is really no way to say for sure. This depends on you, your story, and so many other factors. After your initial questionnaire, I’ll attempt to give you the best sense of what to expect as I can.
Q: Do you work exclusively with self-published authors?
A: Not at all. Whatever your ultimate goal for your book is, what’s important is the story you want to tell.