Have you been considering taking an online writing, pitching, freelancing, what-have-you course? Perhaps even of the mediabistro type? Even though the purpose of the online class is to cater to busy people’s schedules, you still have to make sure you have the time and energy to get your money’s worth. Victoria Groves at Writers Weekly has a few bits of advice on how to make sure you pick a class that’s right for you at a time that’s right for you.
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