The Young Writer’s Workshop is Open!

Now, this post isn’t about Japan. It’s not about culture, people, prefectures, trips, or anything about that. I thought about doing something I little different today.

You see, today, a very amazing writing community and resource opened for registration, and I am excited to share it with you!

It is called The Young Writer’s Workshop, founded by Brett Harris (coauthor of bestselling book Do Hard Things) and Jacquelle Farris (author of This Changes Everything: How the Gospel Transforms the Teen Years).

This is the best place EVER to be if you want to become a writer someday, full of encouraging, motivating, helpful, and fun (and sometimes a little crazy— in a good way) writers. You can get the chance to interact and learn from real published authors like Andrew Peterson, C.R. Hedgcock, K.M. Weiland, Trillia Newbell, Chuck Black, and more. There are tons of bite-sized lessons in the content library where you can learn how to be a better writer.

There are spaces where you can ask questions, have fun writing challenges, have chats, make friends, edit each other’s work, or interview an imaginary character.

I myself joined about a year ago, and I have grown as a writer, gotten stronger in my faith, and made some amazing friends.

If you have a child, know a person, or is a person who loves to write, you need to join this!

Find out details and join here.

Hope to see you there!

4 thoughts on “The Young Writer’s Workshop is Open!

  1. Yes! I highly recommend checking out the YWW. It really is an amazing place for your young writer to learn and grow and make new friends. My writing has greatly improved ever since I joined. =D

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