Writing & Photography & Proofreader Correspondence Courses
We teach proofreading, editing and ten different specialised writing courses, plus digital photography and life coaching. Every course is home study. No classes to attend. No night time travelling. Graduates soon recover the cost of their training fee through earnings or royalties.
Creative Writing; How to write a short story; How to write your first novel; How to become a sports reporter or newspaper reporter; How to write magazine articles; How to write blogs; Non-Fiction magazine features; How to become a travel writer and see the world; How to write picture-book stories for children; How to create children's adventure stories; How to write poetry; How to write romance novels and love stories; How to write non-fiction. How to write murder mystery & thriller stories; How to write for websites, blogs and memoirs.
How to write Amazon Kindle ebooks and earn royalties for 50 years. That's a passive income.
Randy Komisar > lectures at Stanford University on 'being a creative person and finding your real passion in life'. Click the picture to the right. He will inspire you. Four minutes.
We show new proofreaders how to get work from local and worldwide publishers. Our 12-hour time difference with UK and USA works to the advantage of NZ proofreaders and editors. Our working day is their overnight. Proofreaders can get paid fees in NZ$, UK£, US$ etc. Proofreading is a worldwide skill.
Digital Photography. Learn how to use all the features and buttons on your camera - any brand. You can make photography your hobby or a new career - full time or part time. Quality photos are needed for magazines, websites, books etc. Demand is increasing daily. We simplify the mystery of photography. Consider Freelance Photography - where you get paid to supply photos.
Once upon a time, tying your own shoelace was a mystery - until someone with patience showed you how. Having a personal tutor to guide your efforts is like that. Just follow the instruction steps 1,2,3 etc. Learn how to write SIMPLE ENGLISH.
Student Discussion Board is an interactive online service - like the old Senior Common Room - where students exchange ideas, ask questions, make recommendations, see what other students are doing. Join in.
If you're a student (or graduate) please read page 11 of your Student Handbook for step-by-step instructions on how to get into the Student Discussion Board.
If nothing on this website sets your pulse racing, and your fingers itching to do something creative, maybe you should stick to being a books reader. Visitors can take advantage of our 'student privilege' introduction when you visit Amazon Books through our NZIBS portal, where hundreds of books sell at ONE CENT plus postage. You can buy a KINDLE ebook reader here and you can download ebooks.
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