I help writers get unstuck
You’re at the top of your game and you want to capture your knowledge and expertise. You want to create meaning. You’ve thought about reinventing your life for one more chapter.
You want to write a book and you’re asking, “What comes next?” I help you find your what’s next by getting your idea out of your head and onto the page. When I’m feeling fancy, I call myself an “Architect of reinvention through writing.”
Working with Debbie is incredibly motivating. I always spend the rest of the day after our sessions on a bit of a high. There’s no way I’d be this far along in the book writing process without her, and I certainly wouldn’t have refined my ideas to this point.
Sarah Dillon, Professional translator and author of the forthcoming Going Global When You’re Small
Debbie helped me "think out loud" about the roadmap my book needed to follow. From there I was able to organize my thoughts and get to the finish line. I credit Debbie with helping me move from ideas to a real book structure.
Cary Pfeffer, Author of There’s Not an App For That (winner of an Axiom Business Book Award)
What I love about Debbie is that she is much more than a book coach. As an experienced entrepreneur and a leading business speaker, she is in the business world. She understands not just how to write a short book, but how to write a good business book.
Tom Hood, CEO, Maryland Association of CPAs
We spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on marketing and there isn’t anything that has had as profound an effect on our credibility as the little book I wrote and published with Debbie Weil.
E. David Marinac, Author of Stand Up & Stand Out: And Watch Your Product Fly Off the Store Shelves
I found the individual coaching incredibly helpful: Debbie is a perceptive listener and editor who is able to hone in on where you are (or are not) in your writing process and expertly guide you to the next level.
Cheryl Dolan, speaking coach and communications consultant
I was already a writer. Couldn’t I finish my half-done book on my own? Maybe not. For me, the most beneficial aspect of working with Debbie has been her feedback, original ideas and encouragement.
Sue Johnston, Author of Talk to Me: Workplace Conversations That Work