Over the years I have tried a variety of learning methods in order to improve my writing skills and knowledge. They range in price from, well, nothing, to more than £1000 and I admit that can seem rather steep. But how effective are they and which provide the best value for money? In this blog I will give you my lowdown on seven different ways to learn. The costs I have used are based on my own experience living in Europe but can vary widely.
SEVEN OF THE BEST WAYS TO LEARN TO BE A BETTER WRITER
1) FREE – Join an online writers’ circle.
3) £10-20 – Go to hear a writer speak at a literary conference
6) £250-£500 – Attend a weekend workshop.
author, journalist, teacher and poet
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Jo Parfitt has published 31 books, helped more than 100 authors get into print and more than 1,000 to begin writing. She's an inspiring, compassionate and encouraging teacher.
Jo has run Summertime Publishing since 1997. She has lived abroad for almost 30 years – in France, Dubai, Oman, Norway, the Netherlands, Brunei and Malaysia. She specialises in inspiring others who write about expatriate issues.
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