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6 Good Reasons to Check Out Writer's Digest Tutorials

1. Top instructional videos on the craft of writing 2. Step-by-step instructions on self-publishing, building a platform, and more 3. Genre specific tutorials 4. Watch the videos in the comfort of your home as often as you like 5. Preview any tutorial before you buy 6. At least one new tutorial is added weekly—with over 60 top-notch tutorials ready to view today!

Here are 6 good reasons to check out our Writer's Digest Tutorials:

  1. Top instructional videos on the craft of writing
  2. Step-by-step instructions on self-publishing, building a platform, and more
  3. Genre specific tutorials
  4. Watch the videos in the comfort of your home as often as you like
  5. Preview any tutorial before you buy
  6. At least one new tutorial is added weekly—with over 60 top-notch tutorials ready for you to view today!

Writer’s Digest Tutorials was launched in 2010 to provide online writing tutorials from experts in the industry on everything you need to know to help improve your craft and get published. The tutorials are streamed to Writer’s Digest Tutorial members so that they can be viewed 24/7 from any computer with a high-speed internet connection without requiring software downloads. You can choose to purchase a membership to all of our tutorials for either a 1-month, 6-month, or 12-month period. For more information on ordering options, please mouse over the "Buy Tutorials" link in the top navigation bar & select membership length you'd like.

Another statement that covers tutorials: At Writer’s Digest Tutorials, you’ll learn from expert authors and agents in the comfort of your home—at the time when it’s most convenient for you.

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