I’ve taken courses at WVU, and have found them to be quite useful. Without giving their full listing of courses, they have pretty much everything a writer could possibly want from romance to developing characters to sci fi to freelancing, travel writing, and pretty much everything else. I haven’t taken one yet that I felt was a waste of time.
Recommend one? Hardly. More like recommend a dozen or more. I like it so much I bought the lifetime membership. Granted, I’m not always taking courses, but it’s cheap enough that I can rationalize it and pop in and take one whenever I want. They have about a half dozen courses start every week and they last anywhere from two to eight weeks. Definitely a great bang for the buck.
It’s online courses, groups, chats, etc. They have one free course, to get you hooked, of course, and it works. They have all sorts of courses available – fiction, nonfiction, business end of writing, whatever -writing queries, story structure, character development, copyrights, travel writing, and the list goes on and on.
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