The Young Writer’s Workshop
One year ago, last January, I was introduced to Brett Harris (author, Do Hard Things), Jaquelle Crowe (author, This Changes Everything), and the Young Writer’s Workshop (YWW).
Brett and Jaquelle are two young people who had a vision to see the skill of writing embraced by others their age, and so jumpstarted the YWW.
The YWW is an online course that never ends. Each week, new videos, critiques, writing snippets, and interviews with published authors are sent to my inbox. The material is rich and the lessons invaluable.
I can’t tell you how much this program has inspired and developed my writing. Were it not for Brett and Jaquelle, I wouldn’t be blogging and my passion to write wouldn’t be where it is today.
Why am I sharing all of this?
Because I want other young people to find their writing passion and pursue it.
On January 26, 2018, the registration for the Young Writer’s Workshop will reopen. This only opens occasionally, and the registration ends on February 6. The workshop currently produces new content weekly and requires a monthly fee.
Are you a young writer? Do you know a young writer?
Don’t miss this chance to enhance your writing through the participation in this incredible workshop. I’ve had the blessing to be apart of the YWW for one year, and am only one young writer out of hundreds who have seen the drastic difference it’s made.
To find out more about the Young Writer’s Workshop, visit TheYoungWriter.com.
Have a great rest of your Sunday!