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5 Courses to Improve Your Writing Skills, Starting at $10

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You don’t have to be working on the next Great American Novel to benefit from improving your writing skills. Whether you’re writing website copy for your business, penning press releases, or just sending an email to your boss or your team, knowing some pro-approved skills and tricks can take your career to the next level. Get started with these five courses at the Mary Sue Shop.

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ProWritingAid Premium: 2-Yr Subscription: You don’t have to be great at spelling or grammar — ProWritingAid will make sure no one can tell, using AI to enhance your writing. And it goes way beyond typos — the smart tool also fizes repetitiveness, vague wording, passive voice, and over-dependence on adverbs. Get it for $44.99. 

The ‘Improve Your Writing Skills’ Master Class Bundle: Become a better freelance creative writer with the nine courses in this bundle. There’s training in creating great characters, writing dialogue, formatting your book, finding an editor, and publishing and promoting your work. Get it for $19.99.

The Complete Digital Copywriting Master Class Bundle: Connect with your audience and drive sales with this course bundle in copywriting. You’ll get eight classes totaling over 35 hour sof training in social media and email marketing, SEO, writing Facebook ads, creating emotional copy, and even starting your freelance copywriting business. Get it for $39.


Write Copy Like a 6-Figure a Year Copywriter in 2019: Learn from the best. Pro copywriter Eric Campbell shares his secrets in this course, which will take you through knowing your audience, methods to get your first draft done, and how to write effective headlines. Get it for $12.99. 


Writing With Impact: Writing That Persuades: Win over any audience — University of Cambridge writing teacher Dr. Clare Lynch will show you how in this course. You’ll identify tried-and-true persuasive techniques, learn techniques for crafting clear and succinct sentences, and get better at writing everything from investment proposals to cover letters. Get it for $9.99.

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Dan Van Winkle
Dan Van Winkle (he) is an editor and manager who has been working in digital media since 2013, first at now-defunct <em>Geekosystem</em> (RIP), and then at <em>The Mary Sue</em> starting in 2014, specializing in gaming, science, and technology. Outside of his professional experience, he has been active in video game modding and development as a hobby for many years. He lives in North Carolina with Lisa Brown (his wife) and Liz Lemon (their dog), both of whom are the best, and you will regret challenging him at <em>Smash Bros.</em>

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