I’m a full-time writing coach who’s been coaching writers for well over a decade. Among other writerly pursuits, I directed Central Florida’s Woodstream Writers for ten years, mentored writing consultants at Rollins College, taught creative writing classes at Seminole Community College, and have been featured multiple times in THE WRITER magazine, including co-writing the July 2021 article “The Truth About Plot.”
Jamie Morris is a writing coach, story guru and co-author of PLOTTING YOUR NOVEL WITH THE PLOT CLOCK who brings more than a decade of experience to early-career novelists and memoir writers.—THE WRITER magazine, July 2021
I also co-authored the innovative guide to plot for novelists and memoir writers PLOTTING YOUR NOVEL WITH THE PLOT CLOCK.
In addition, I have presented at numerous writing conferences, co-created The Next Level Weekend Craft Intensives, with award-winning YA author Joyce Sweeney—and am a Rollins College Writing Program graduate, a College Reading and Learning Association Master Level Writing Consultant, and an Amherst Writers & Artists-certified writing workshop leader who has mentored other writing coaches and instructors.
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Author Anne Hawkinson (writing as A. K. Hicks) opens her acknowledgements for THE MYSTERY AT MOZ HOLLOW this way: Heartfelt thanks and gratitude go out to Jamie Morris (my editor and writing coach), who worked persistently and diligently with me to bring this story to life.
Janie Bray, author of ENCHANTED COCOON: Through her kind and insightful critique of my first draft, Jamie Morris encouraged me to dig deeper into the stories. I greatly appreciate Jamie sharing her talents with me and encouraging me to go forward.
Dr. Sharon Spano, business strategist and author of THE PURSUIT OF TIME AND MONEY (Morgan James), included this in her acknowledgements: A shout out to Jamie Morris for helping me decipher the structure of this effort.
Peggy Miller, poet and senior editor for THE COMSTOCK REVIEW, dedicated her poetry collection STONE BEING, (Foothills), this way: Thank you, Jamie Morris, for your support in sculpting the first draft of this collection and for drawing so much from me even as I grieved.
Pati Anderson dedicated her first novel, a madcap legal mystery titled SECRETARY’S DAY, with these kind words: For Jamie Morris, who helped me find my voice.