This ten-week class includes everything in Class 1: Getting Started, plus another five weeks of individualized instruction, inspiration and mentoring for the student who is really ready to launch her freelance writing career. After Class 1 comes to an end, a smaller group will continue on together for an intensive, focused experience based on students’ individual needs and goals. Students will have the opportunity to meet (virtually) with Meagan biweekly for discussion, feedback, and goal-setting. Standard handouts will be replaced by individualized assignments and feedback from Meagan on up to two queries, essays, or short articles. Some topics that will be covered:
- In-depth exploration of different income-producing options: monetizing a blog, writing for magazines, traditional book publishing, ebooks ane self-publishing, regular blogging jobs, corporate/business writing, etc.
- Detailed discussion of time management, goal-setting, and balancing a freelance career with parenthood
- How to define success on your own terms and create a writing life that works for you and your family
- Each student in the Writing Career Intensive will receive a 45-minute private mentoring session with Meagan, via phone or chat, to be scheduled at a time that works for both parties. By the end of the series, students will have had the opportunity to create their own roadmap to writing success.
This class is limited to 7 students for a truly intimate and individualized experience and plenty of one-on-one attention.
Cost: $550. To enroll, send tuition via Paypal to firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions about the class? Contact Meagan at email@example.com
Class starts on Monday, February 13 with the Getting Started class. After the Getting Started class has ended, the Writing Intensive portion will pick up on Monday, March 26 and continue until Monday, March 30. Group chats with Meagan will be held on March 26, April 9, and April 23, 9:00 – 10:00 PM EST. Class discussion will be ongoing via a private Facebook group.
I offer ONE need- and merit-based scholarship per class. If you are interested please fill out this application form by 1 PM EST, Friday, February 3. Application date has passed.
If you are an experienced writer who already knows “the basics”, this class is still a great option for you. You’ll have an opportunity to brush up on your basic skills during the first half of the class, but during the intensive second half of the class you’ll have the opportunity to work closely with Meagan at a level that fits your experience and skills.