Story Coaching: A Student & Parent Review

Story Coaching: A Student & Parent Review

A review of Story Coaching by a student and her mother

This week we announced a new 3-month track of Story Coaching! Holly, a One Year Adventure Novel student, and her mother, Angie, kindly agreed to share their thoughts on the pilot program we ran this summer, so you could get a feel for what Story Coaching is like. Hurry over to the Story Coaching page and apply—there are only 10 spots this fall!

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Veteran Students on Overcoming Writing Weaknesses, Part 2

Veteran Students on Overcoming Writing Weaknesses, Part 2

Compiled by Staff
Last week, we asked eight One Year Adventure Novel (OYAN) students to tell us what their biggest area of weakness is in writing, and what strategies they employ to overcome it. This week, we feature another eight experienced OYANers and their responses. We hope their ideas for self-improvement will be useful to you!

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Veteran Students on Overcoming Writing Weaknesses, Part 1

Veteran Students on Overcoming Writing Weaknesses, Part 1

Compiled by Staff
We asked several One Year Adventure Novel (OYAN) students to tell us what their biggest area of weakness is in writing, and what strategies they employ to overcome it. This week, we feature eight different students and their responses.

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Am I Too Old for “The One Year Adventure Novel”?

Am I Too Old for “The One Year Adventure Novel”?

Michelle Gonzalez, Guest Contributor
I think all post-highschool writers can empathize with my struggle to make time for my novel. Whether your job is demanding, you have children, are caring for a sick family member, or are just fighting the daily battle against dirty dishes and laundry, life crowds out writing. Here are my tips for making OYAN actually work for you and your writing dream.

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