Do you have a teen who enjoys writing and dreams of becoming an author someday? Or a teen who dabbles in writing but wants to improve for college or their future career? Or are you a homeschool parent who’s looking for supplementary writing education?
If you’re looking for something positive, fun, and educational for your kids, I’d like to make sure you know about this online writing program.
Young Writers Workshop is an interactive, online learning community for young Christian writers in their teens and early twenties. I have video lessons available in their resource library from previous talks with YWW. I also visit with this community for LIVE events several times throughout the year to encourage young writers!
This program aims to take young writers seriously and give them encouragement and direction as they pursue their writing goals by providing a supportive environment where they can receive instruction and guidance from experienced writers and educators.
Praise for YWW:
“As homeschool parents who wanted to encourage her growth in writing, but were slightly hesitant about a monthly cost, we allowed her to join. We are very glad that we did! After over a year of seeing her involved with this supportive online writing community, we have seen her passion and dedication to writing grow tremendously!Michelle Hubbard (Alyssa’s Mom)
And, of course, with the encouragement and accountability for consistent daily writing, opportunities to receive constructive feedback, and invitations to critique and edit other’s work, her composition, style, and use of words as an author has blossomed, too!
YWW has proven to be a great investment in our daughter’s confidence and growth as a writer.”
Click the button below to get in for as low as $30/month (scholarships are available) before registration closes on January 26th! The next time they open enrollment in May, the price will increase, so I wanted to let you know about it now.
Live with HSLDA
If you are looking for more writing resources, I’ll be sitting down (virtually) with HSLDA to talk about beginning your writing adventure.
“Creativity can begin at any age and can start as a family activity – such as storytelling! Join Jeremiah Lorrig (Deputy Director of HSLDA’s Generation Joshua) and S.D. Smith (Author of the Green Ember Series) as they discuss the inspiration behind the Green Embers Series; his newest book, Jack Zulu, co-authored with his son; and how homeschooling can create room for the imagination to grow!”
Hope to see you there at this live event that’s free for all!