Since I was little, I always had a knack for writing. I don't know why, but it has come naturally to me, and I truly enjoy putting pen to paper or fingers to a keyboard. The writing craft itself takes a lot of time, effort, energy, and more. But writing isn't just about getting your thoughts and ideas down on a page, there's a step that comes after that, through a lot of practice and discipline, I have come to enjoy too: editing.
In all the different phases of the writing process, I have learned and grown. But I'm a firm believer that you can never stop learning and improving. That's why I think it's really important, with something you're passionate about, to keep growing. Last spring, I took a writing and publishing course, which taught me so much, and, ultimately, helped lead me to starting to using this blog as a creative writing outlet.
But there's something that I think is also very important in getting writing assistance. With my writing, I always try to have someone else read it. Now, I will admit that I don't have someone else read all my blog posts, but when it comes to my long-form writing, I like to share the piece with my close friends or family members to receive their input.
One place that I'll consider using, when that time comes, will be TheWritingFaculty. They target to all ages and all writing, it will be the exact input I'd need: unbiased and objective.
TheWritingFaculty is a company that provides online writing tutoring. For more information, you can visit them here: http://thewritingfaculty.com.
Have you ever thought about using a writing tutor? I certainly did in college. What about for your kids, or when you were growing up? This definitely seems like a great way to find one.
Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post for TheWritingFaculty, and I did receive compensation for writing it. All of the above opinions are my own, and I only choose to write or accept sponsored opportunities that I believe in or am passionate about.