Could you use some help with your writing career?

Check out my free resources for authors.

book editing workshop

How to Create Your Editing Game Plan Masterclass

Inside this free masterclass, you’ll learn the: 4 stages of editing, types of editors and what they do, and the
average costs of publishing a book. You’ll also walk away knowing why hiring an editor too early can be a costly mistake, the differences between high-level and low-level edits so that you can aim high, and the basics of the self-editing framework I’ve taught to hundreds of authors

overused words for writers

The Looks and Gazes Quickstart Guide

Do a search and I’ll bet you find more “looks” than you expected in your manuscript. Download The Looks and Gazes Quickstart Guide and discover more than 100 ways to describe your characters’ looks and gazes. These cheat sheets come from The Energize Your Writing Toolkit, so get a sneak peek and start punching up those trite sentences. 

time management tips for writers

Your Best Writing Year Ever: 4 Time Management Hacks to Kickstart Your Productivity

Do you ever feel completely overwhelmed? Like there’s never enough time to: write your book, pursue the business side of your writing career, spend time with family and friends, finish household chores, or maintain healthy habits like exercise? If you could use some time management tips, then I want to invite you to watch an on-demand recording of my free training specifically geared toward writers.

free classes for writers

Line Editing Made Simple: 5 Days to More Polished Pages

Does the thought of editing your book seem overwhelming? If your manuscript could use trimming and polishing, sign up for this free mini course. It features bite-sized concepts and assignments to help you kick-start your line editing.

Testimonials About My Free Resources For Authors

resources for novelists


Though I submitted my essay ‘A Blur in the Field’ to a few literary journals without publication, I tried again with Cutleaf, but only AFTER I ran it through Stacy Juba’s Line Editing Cheat Sheet. The essay was immediately accepted for publication and I was paid more for it than for any other piece I’ve published! I recommend Stacy’s smart and helpful list. It makes everything I write better. (Of course I’m still using it!)” Lori Brack



Line Editing Made Simple was a good reminder and refresher. I come from a journalism, nonfiction background, so while things like ‘that’ and other redundancies are on my radar (cliche!), some other things not as much. I loved that the lessons were written out! I can review it, make notes, come back to it as needed!” Michelle

free writing workshop
classes for writers
how to write book blurbs
writing classes
body language in books
free writing class
line editing courses
book blurbs how to write
book blurb
how to name your characters
freelance book editors
online classes for writers
online writer workshops
editing lessons for writers
book blurb tip
how to write a book description
free class for writers
overused words in books
free writing course
editing tips for writers
tips for writing book descriptions
online courses for writers
classes for authors
websites for writers
words to cut

My students and clients get results!

To read more testimonials, visit my Results page. 

Visit my Press Page for media mentions and interviews. Want to access the exclusive tools and frameworks inside my paid programs? Check out my courses and services so you can take your writing career to the next level.

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This