Online Writing Course: Finding Your Audience

Over the past few months, I’ve taken a writing course from my new online friend Jeff Goins. It’s the most significant thing I’ve done this year (perhaps ever) to grow as a writer. And with as many things I’ve done, that’s saying a lot.

I was part of the inaugural class and now Jeff is ready to start a second one. I encourage you to consider it. There are four modules, each with several lessons, many short assignments, a slew of recorded interviews and teachings, and unlimited opportunities to network with the class on-line.

It’s called Tribe Writers and there’s a special rate if you sign up by Monday, December 17. If you missed the deadline, submit your name and email and you will receive notice of when the next class starts.

If this sounds like a sales pitch, I’m sorry. It’s just that I’m that excited about this online course..

Because of this class, I have a new self-published e-book coming out in a few weeks, A Faith Manifesto (the book is now called How Big is Your Tent? A Call for Christian Unity, Tolerance, and Love). I have Jeff to thank for it.

[This is an affiliate link. I only recommend what I use, and I’m sold on this course.]

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