Keep Learning

During our quarantine I’ve been taking all free online webinars and courses on writing I find. There is always something to learn, even in the simplest of courses. The most important thing I’ve learned: Nothing is too simple to relearn. After almost every course, I open a project and see it in a fresh light. Great fun! 

 So much writing to do! Where to start? 

Here are sites/courses you, too, may find useful:

From the folks at ProWritingAid: https://prowritingaid.com/art/1163/learn-with-prowritingaid-this-month.aspx

Writers of the Future Online Workshop: https://www.writersofthefuture.com

For non-writing interest, check your local museums and/or historical groups. With most of my stories these days taking place in Austin and Galveston, you know I’m keen on learning all I can.)

In Austin, TX the Bob Bullock Museum is offering their online course for free. Admittedly, the guides designed the classes or school children, but I’m learning new things about Texas: https://www.thestoryoftexas.com

The Galveston Historical Society offers webinars on the history and sights of this historical city: https://www.facebook.com/galvestonhistory/

For those reading the Midnight Whispers series, book four is in progress and is priority number one.

Midnight Whispers available now.

One thought on “Keep Learning”

  1. Cool. Bookmarking this post.
    Do you use Writers Write daily writing links? It is sent as an email. I enjoy them. Each email has a lesson of some kind, some humor, a quote by some known writer, and new word definition, and a prompt. They also do 30 prompts for each day of the month on the first day.

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