Each week, I will offer strategies, support, methods, and mindsets to help find and share your authentic voice. My approach to writing is that our voices come from deep within our bodies, not our minds. When we learn to get out of our own way, our creative genius naturally shines through. I have worked with women writers from coast to coast and I firmly believe that these easy-to-follow actionable steps will spark your creativity, enhance your accountable, assist you in writing without judgment, and invigorate your writing!
Your monthly membership includes:
• Your writing coach, class, and community, all in one: writing strategies and methods, including working with timed writing, supporting freshly-written material, going deeper into your writer’s voice, creating and sustaining momentum, and sharing feedback in a nurturing and generative manner.
• Coaching from Robin to help overcome creative blocks, dive deeply into the story that wants to be told, write in your own voice, and make and keep creative commitments
• Video Q&A with Robin, a digital archive of writing prompts and creative qualities so you can write anytime, at your own pace, Robin’s favorite writing inspirations, writing essentials, and my-world-is-a-writing-prompt finder methods.
• A nurturing community of fellow women writers working with established methods of providing feedback in a manner that nurtures a writer’s original voice and builds artistic self-esteem and creative confidence.
In 2017, Robin’s first novel, “Restless in L.A.” was named a "Best New Novel of 2017" by Babble.com. Robin launched and teaches the Women’s Writing Workshop at UCLA Extension Writer’s Program and is an Amherst Writers & Artists (AWA)-certified writing facilitator. She has master’s degrees in public health from Columbia University and in spiritual psychology from the University of Santa Monica.
Robin believes that when women find their voice on the page, it transforms their lives, that women thrive in community, and that creativity is stoked through authentic sharing and supportive feedback. She believes our most meaningful work arises from our body not our brain. Her motto is, “Don’t think, just write.”
Robin lives with her family in L.A. where she writes about midlife, writing, parenting, spirituality, the creative process, and finding inner peace (sort of). She is a frequent contributor to the Los Angeles Times and blogs weekly at, "Sleepless in the San Fernando Valley" at https://medium.com/sleepless-in-the-san-fernando-valley. Learn more about Robin at www.robinfinn.com or about her live classes and workshops at www.heartsoulpen.com.