You've dreamed of writing a book, but...

  • You find most writing advice hard to follow because it’s not meant for neuro-spicy brains  (autism, ADHD, dyslexia, etc) like yours.
  • You have a drawer full of half-finished manuscripts because you got bored halfway through and stopped writing.
  • You’ve got too many ideas and don’t know what to do first so you don’t do anything.

And it makes you feel like you just don’t have what it takes to write a book, which is depressing because that’s something you’ve always wanted to do.



You can do this. I’m here to help you move past your frustration and get that book written that you’ve always wanted to write.
Author Jack Ori Mentorship - Help Is On The Way

You haven’t found the way to write yet that works for you. Most likely, the problem is that you’ve been trying to follow advice that isn’t meant for brains like yours.

Most writing advice is written for neurotypical brains. If you are autistic, have ADHD or dyslexia, are a trauma survivor, or are otherwise neurodivergent, trying to follow that advice is like trying to run Windows software on a Mac or vice versa.  It won’t work and will only crash your system.

You need someone who gets how your mind works and understands the challenges you face as a writer. 


Author Jack Ori - Sunny day wearing sunglassesI’m autistic and spent my entire childhood trying and failing to do things everyone else’s way. More importantly, I’ve succeeded as a writer so I know what works for people like us and how to help you get that book written.

I’ve been freelancing since 2015 and currently write regularly for both TV Fanatic and Screen Rant as well as occasionally publishing articles about my life as a transgender man for publications like Insider Magazine.  I published my first novel, Reinventing Hannah, in 2020. It took me two years because I didn’t know how to plan a book in a way that was acceptable to my autistic brain. Afterward, I dedicated myself to learning everything I could about how to write a novel faster and used methods I created myself to write my first mystery, Open Secrets, in about six months. I’m currently working on my third novel, The Night Quinn Disappeared, and expect it to go even faster, and recently began teaching writing techniques regularly to the Write The Real You group.

My writing philosophy is simple: If I can do it, so can you. It’s just a matter of learning how to write in a way that works for your beautifully unique brain instead of trying to force yourself into the world’s ideas of how things should work.

I offer one-on-one coaching, video trainings, worksheets, and courses to help you gain the skills you need to confidently move forward toward finishing your book. I also offer editing and formatting services so that once the book is finished, you can take the next steps toward publication.

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