As someone who went to college for writing, I got the pleasure of peer review, instructor's guidance and away to better my talent. There was nothing like having someone read my work and help me grow the story into something amazing. Having that kind of support can go along way. I was lucky, I realized my passion for children's writing early on and could get the education I needed. Others may not discover theirs til well after college. But there's still away to get that instructor attention and guidance without having to go back to campus. That way: Institute of Children's Literature.
This institute is designed to help writers hone their craft with one-on-one instruction from highly professional published writers and editors taught specifically by the institute to teach their courses. That's right, one-on-one attention. Even in college, that's hard to get. An instructor assigned specifically to you. That's just one benefit, the other: learn at your own pace in your own home. Imagine no campus dorms, no 8am classes, no bad cafeteria food and you can learn while still earning a living and taking care of your responsibilities. Doesn't sound so bad does it.
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