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Course of the week: Making the Most of your Life Experiences

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Do you have valuable or unique life experiences that you’d love to share but don’t know how to put them into words?

Our online Making the Most of your Life Experiences course will teach you how to get your thoughts into writing as you learn how to capitalise on your personal experiences and memories.

With guidance from your personal tutor, you will begin to understand what works as well as learning to avoid dangers.

As well as exploring the many different markets, the course includes modules on planning, the actual act of writing, how to give talks and lectures and making and publishing your own book.

Why choose a Writing Magazine Creative Writing Course?

  • Flexibility - Complete the course in your own time with no pressure to meet deadlines.
  • Professional writing tutor - Your tutor will be matched to your needs and will set assignments to help you get the most out of your writing.
  • Subscriber discount - Enjoy discounted course rates when you subscribe to Writing Magazine.
  • Learn from home - Receive your course pack by email or post and study from the comfort of your own home.
  • 21-day money back guarantee

What our students say

"It's having a completely unbiased view of your work that really makes all the hard work worth it." - S Locke

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