Writing is a lifelong journey, and it is never too late to improve your writing skills.
Author and publisher Don Iannone created this program for people at various writing proficiency levels, who want to become better writers by growing their "writing lives." Don wants to work with writers that already have a deep passion for writing and those who want to spark a deeper passion for writing.
Don's commitment to every writer he works with is to help them develop a meaningful "writing life," much like Annie Dillard describes in her 1989 book, The Writing Life, which challenges writers to view their writing in "living terms."
Don is an experienced writer, author, and writing teacher, who helps writers become lifelong writers through continuous improvement. He has developed a model to develop "lifelong writers," which he calls the Praesentia Lifelong Writing Model (PLWM).
To determine whether this program is right for you, ask yourself these three questions:
Am I willing to trust myself to write?
Am I willing to make room for writing in my personal and professional lives?
Am I willing to continuously improve my writing?
If you answered "yes" to these three questions, this program is right for you. Trust, commitment, and continuous improvement are the three pillars of the PLWM.
How does the PLWM work? Click here to learn more.