How to Achieve Your Writing Goals – by Nichola Meyer

  After 11 years of teaching writing courses, we've noticed that the students who succeed as writers were not necessarily those who could craft the best sentences or tell the best story. They were the students who wrote often. They persisted. They got the job done. Our Basics of Creative Writing Course tutor, Helen Brain, swears that success eventually comes to those writers who are "most able to keep their bums glued to their seats". So here are seven tips to help you stay

The Writers’ College Student Success Stories

Some of our students have gone on to occupy full-time jobs in the magazine and/or publishing industry. You can read short interviews with past-students here. If your story, manuscript or article was accepted for publication after completing one of our courses, please do let us know: admin@thewriterscollege.com. Here are a few writing success stories from our students from around the world. Glenn McGoldrick, who has had a story "A Little Drama" accepted for online publication by http://www.short-story.me/. Glenn was a student on the Writing

Graduate Success Story: Magazine Journalism

Lindsay Wagner completed the Magazine Journalism Course in 2005. She currently works as the Online Media and Communications Co-ordinator at Rawson Property Group.   We tracked her progress as a journalist and writer.   An Interview with Lindsay Wagner   What writing successes have you had since completing the course? I’ve written articles for Media24 (Family magazines), Parent24, Construction Review Magazine, Clicks Club Card, Highway Publishing (Custom magazines) and a number of SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) articles for various companies/clients. It’s simple, word of mouth works. I’ve learnt