So, you’ve found yourself in a situation where, for one reason or another, you have to (or want to) improve your writing. Why not hire a writing tutor or take a class? Great idea! But, how do you know you’re getting your money’s worth. I suppose if, by the end of the session, you’re a better writer than you were, then you’ve succeeded.
I loved writing classes all the way through school and into university. I was the one who’d say (whether asked or not), My career goal is to write essays … forever! (Shout out to all the geeks out there. Do what you love!). Whether for fiction or non-fiction, I’ve taken some writing courses that were very practical and others that were, let’s say, useful in other ways, like a creative writing class in which we spent most of our time meditating and delving into each others’ past lives. Continue reading → Top 3 Traits of a Good Writing Tutor