Welcome to The Art Of Short Article Writing For Nonfiction Writers!
Learn The Skills You Need To Get Paid To Write From Home And Enjoy The Process Of Creating High Quality Articles
Here is a breakdown of the course. Why not dive in and start learning?
Have fun and do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions.
What are the course requirements?
- No advance writing experience is needed
- All that is needed is a willingness to dive in and build skills
- Tackle fun writing assignments that help you apply course lessons
- Be prepared to learn things about yourself that you didn't know before!
- Writing short nonfiction articles is creative, fun, and personally satisfying
What am I going to get from this course?
- 14 lectures and over 44 minutes of content!
- Compose quality tips, list articles, how-tos, and fillers
- Turn personal stories into essays and articles
- Learn professional strategies that will save you time and energy without compromising quality
- Practice skills that will have you writing like a pro
- Write well enough to compete and get published
- Profit by turning your ideas and past content into saleable short articles
What is the target audience?
- Anyone who wants to learn and improve short article writing skills
- Experienced writers who want to refresh their short article writing techniques
- Veteran writers who want to fall in love with short forms all over again
- Anyone who wants to vary the way they write nonfiction articles
- Writers who enjoy learning writing forms and applying them in their work
What do students say about the course?
I have to say this is one of the most comprehensive and best structured courses on article writing I have ever taken and I have been published professionally over 720 times. This is well worth the money....Congratulations! ~ Bill Cornell
The content was just what I was looking for. Succinct and full of useful information. The quality of the course production was perfect, no complaints. Christina is a great teacher. Look forward to another class. ~ Mary Ellen Carmody