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Write to the Finish Course

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WRITE TO THE FINISH is an online and phone course with award winning authors Sean Murphy and Tania Casselle, for writers working on a book-length project.

Starts April 20, 2013 - two spots still available!

LM E-zine Editor Jessica DeVoe Riley says, "I love Sean and Tania. They are so thorough in their writing guidance that I took their Write to the Finish course twice. They helped me finish my first novel and a nonfiction book proposal. A number of the people I worked with in these two courses, including myself, have gone on to win contests, obtain agent representation, and publish their writing. Consider the course fees an investment in your career!"

This is a 9-month, online course by email and phone so you can take part wherever you are. Nobody can write your book for you, but you don't have to be alone in the process. Write to the Finish supports you through the long-haul with craft, community, focus, and feedback. Includes a full manuscript critique, online seminar days, craft lessons, and mentor calls. The group ranges from writers starting a first draft with nothing more than an idea, to others with a work in progress  perhaps it’s not progressing fast enough or the writer is stuck! Some work on revisions to a first draft, or (if you are interested in publishing and your project is ready) we help you prepare your submission to an agent or publisher. We welcome writers working on any book-length project, fiction or nonfiction. Spaces are limited; this course runs just once a year. 

For more information go to Tania's website  and Sean's website.


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