I believe they’ll be continuing to offer it. I thought is was very successful. You could even write and ask when they’ll be starting another cohort.

Coming up with a solid name for your newsletter, and maybe putting together a good handful of posts before you start out there would be a good idea…so you’re really ready to go. They’re very good with tech support, too.

I am NOT a tech savvy person! (That’s why I have three children :) But the more time I spend with it, the more intuitive it becomes.

They have weekly “office hours” that are just terrific, times when you can ask questions and get answers! I’d be a bit lost without taking part in those too!

You might want to sign up for my writing newsletter The Unschool for Writer (go free for now :) just to see what it can look like.

Thanks for reading!

My latest book is a memoir, Dance Me to the End: Ten Months and Ten Days With ALS. My newsletter is on Substack: THE UNSCHOOL FOR WRITERS.

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Alison Acheson

Alison Acheson

My latest book is a memoir, Dance Me to the End: Ten Months and Ten Days With ALS. My newsletter is on Substack: THE UNSCHOOL FOR WRITERS.

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