More Than 50,000 Writing Course Graduates - Practical Writing Tips Courses Offered Online

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As of May 2006, more than 50,000 people worldwide had completed “writing help guru” Shaun Fawcett’s online writing courses. These free e-mail courses are unique in the way that they focus on a practical “hands on” approach to day-to-day business and personal writing.

As of May 2006, more than 50,000 people worldwide had completed “writing help guru” Shaun Fawcett’s online writing courses. These free e-mail courses are unique in the way that they focus on a practical “hands on” approach to day-to-day business and personal writing. The courses are based on using real-life examples of actual written documents, rather than trying to write using dry and often convoluted grammar textbooks.

“When I offered my first online writing mini-course back in early 2002, I had no idea to what extent these would be embraced by people from all over the globe. Now, I get dozens of e-mails each week from far and wide thanking me for sharing my practical approach to everyday writing” said Fawcett recently.

What started out as one small mini-course has blossomed into four multiple-lesson series of e-mail courses, each focused on a particular type of practical writing:

1.    Tips and Tricks for Writing Success – This is the original general-purpose course covering everything from writing letters, to resumes, to e-mails and reports.

2.    Business Writing Tips and Tricks – Focuses on business letter writing and report writing.

3.    Letter Writing Success Secrets – Targets letter-writing in general and is based on the Top 10 Letters ever written.

4.    Online Book Publishing Secrets – Explains how to write, publish and market your own book or ebook without having to use the, often dysfunctional, traditional publishing model.

A one-stop registration page is now available where people can sign up for one or more courses:

http://writinghelptools.com/allcourses.html

Fawcett added “The popularity of these courses tells me that many people are more comfortable using a practical, rather than academic, approach to their day-to-day writing. I believe it’s because they can relate better to real-life examples and situations when they have to write something.”

He says he will be adding a 5th course this summer on the subject of “How To Write How-To Books or eBooks” for anyone who has a hobby, interest or activity they want to write about.

http://writinghelptools.com/allcourses.html

Shaun Fawcett, M.B.A. is Webmaster of the popular “writing help” Web site: http://www.writinghelp-central.com Every week, tens of thousands of people visit that site to obtain tips, advice, information, and tools for their everyday writing needs, including: personal letters, business letters, resumes, cvs, admission essays, reports, and term papers. Fawcett is also the author of a series of “writing toolkit” ebooks that can be found at his second popular writing help Web site: http://www.writinghelptools.com.

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