Dr Lizzy Tanguay

book whisperer
writer
educator

You’ve got great ideas but you’re struggling to turn them into a book.

Working on your own can be frustrating.

What you’ve got feels like a stream of consciousness.

You need feedback and motivation.

An expert mentor.

That’s my job.

I’m Dr Lizzy Tanguay, writing coach, developmental editor and applied linguist.

Dr Lizzy Tanguay Writing Coach and Editor
Writing Coach and Editor Dr Lizzy Tanguay

My passion is helping experts like you write books that teach and transform lives.

What make me qualified to help you?

I have spent almost two decades teaching writing and language at universities in the UK and abroad. (Yes, teaching writing is a different skill to writing.)

I am a qualified adult educator with a doctorate in applied lingusitics, a traditionally published author and have worked as a reviewer of prepublication books for Macmillan publishers.

Whether it’s coaching, developmental editing or writing training for your organisation that you need, my job is to help get your winning words into the hands of the people who need to read them.

Writing a is about more than the words on the page.

In my coaching, we cover the mindset, message and craft of writing.

To learn more about how we can work together, click here.

When I’m not chatting to my clients about their writing or immersed in an editing project, you’ll find me in my veg garden or being blown around the Welsh coast with my husband and 3 boys.

Yes, it gets cold on our beaches

The official bio:

Lizzy is a qualified adult educator with 18 years’ experience teaching writing at universities in the UK and Europe, a PhD in applied educational linguistics, and a Master’s in translation.

She knows just how to help writers nail their big idea and choose the right words for their audience.

When she’s not performing book whispering duties, Lizzy works for the Centre for Academic Success at Swansea University where she coordinates provision for Postgraduate Research Programmes and for Swansea University Medical School.

Lizzy spent way too many years struggling to write her doctorate, before developing strategies that helped get her PhD, become an author with a top-five publisher and learn to love writing.

In fact, she grew to love writing so much that she made a career out of writing and teaching others to write.

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