Break into Print
ever dreamed of writing and seeing your words in print, heres
your best chance to test that dream and find out if you have the
aptitude to make it a reality.
Read on to discover:
how to get your
writing aptitude tested FREE by professionals . . .
how to benefit
from a celebrated course that has turned hundreds of aspiring
published authors . . .
how to write like
how to sell what you write.
I first dreamed of becoming a writer when my third-grade teacher
encouraged my early attempts. But, life being what it is, I kept
deferring my dream until later,
and 30 years slipped by.
Then I saw a magazine ad for the home-study school that created
Breaking into Print. As my childhood dream returned in a rush, I
was where you may be right now.
I realized that later
might never come if I didnt
grab this chance finally to test my dream.
I took the schools
free test, and within a year of my enrollment, I sold 12 articles.
Now, after writing hundreds of published articles and more than 50
passing along the secrets of my success to others who dare to test
Learn to write
like a pro
and sell what you write
developed a test that accurately reveals writing potential. If you
demonstrate that all-important potential, well
teach you how to write the kinds of stories and articles that the
$200 billion publishing market is looking for.
learn how to write like a proand
how to sell what you write. Since we introduced our
Breaking into Print program, more than 1,000 of our students and
graduates have already been published.
one-on-one support and guidance from your personal mentor
If you qualify for Breaking into Print, youll
a nationally published author or professional editor as your
personal mentor. Youll
learn by doingthat
is, by writing potentially saleable material starting with your
Although your initial efforts may be clumsy, your mentors
expert guidance and enthusiastic support and suggestions written
right on your manuscript help you to develop increasingly
polished and professional skills.
discover how to mine
your everyday experiences, as well as your observations, memories,
and imagination, for potentially publishable writing.
develop a close one-on-one working relationship with your mentor
that enables you to find your individual
as a writer, build your strengths, and eliminate weaknesses.
and, as often as you
earn it, praise
Whether you work
with me or one of my nationally published colleagues, your
instructor will read and edit your manuscripts line-by-line,
and send you detailed letters of advice, encouragement, and,
as often as you earn it, praise. You'll get constant
support, constructive criticism, priceless tips, and
you'll learn invaluable marketing techniques from
someone who knows how to succeed in the marketplace.
learn how to write the kinds of stories and articles that editors
are looking for.
Your personal mentor will help you to turn the raw material of your
writing into the kinds of professionally crafted stories and
articles that editors are looking for.
In addition, your mentor will guide you step-by-step to the niche in
fiction or nonfiction that suits your writing strengths and
interests, and show you how to market your finished work.
As an added advantage, there are no classes to go to; you work at
home, at your own pace, on your schedule.
No other writing program offers you such intense personal
instruction from nationally published writers and editors
trained in nurturing new writers.
you for renewing my faith
I received your test, I figured it was just another scam,
writes Chuck Mayer of Clatonia, Nebraska, so
I tried to flunk. (I have edited a weekly newspaper for over 20
years and thought I would test your test.)
must admit I was more than just a little surprised when I received
your letter telling me I did not qualify. I will long remember Long
Ridge Writers Group as a school that can be trusted. Thank you for
renewing my faith!
with my first effort
the end of her comments on Assignment #4,
writes Herbert M. Hohn of Bristol, Rhode Island, my
instructor encouraged me to try for publication. Surprised and a bit
nervous about leaving the nest so early, I took her advice and was
published with my first effort.
sales and only one rejection!
I started the course,
writes J. Douglas Hinton of Orlando, Florida, Ive
sold 35 articles among 5 publications with only one rejection slip.
My instructor has been of immense help.
Assignment #8 won first prize . . .
guidance has enabled me to
write several articles and short stories,
Aosrara Kaye of Downey, California. My
Assignment #8 won first prize in Byline Magazine's short
article contest . . .
Of course, we dont
guarantee publication. But if you pass our test, well
give you this promise in writing:
teach you how to
write both short
stories and articles . . .
help you find
your writing niche . . .
show you how to
market your writing.
the time you finish the program, you will complete at least two
manuscripts suitable for submission to an editor.
To identify adults who are qualified
for Breaking into Print, we offer a free
In addition to
the test, well mail a free copy of our informative 32-page brochure
about our innovative writing program that introduces you to 45
nationally published authors and editors on our faculty.
also obtain and complete this writing test right on this web site by
clicking on the Writing Test link belowits
return your completed test, well evaluate it at no cost to you. If
you qualify, youll be eligible to enroll. Its entirely your
decisiontheres no obligation.
for the schools writing test opened up a wonderful new life for me.
I hope it does the same for you.
|Karen OConnor, one of
Breaking into Prints writer-instructors,
has written hundreds of articles and more than fifty books, two of
which are Squeeze the Moment (Regal Books, 2006)
and The Golden Years Aint For Wimps (Harvest House,
COLLEGE CREDITS The Connecticut
Board for State Academic Awards recommends that graduates be
awarded seven college credits. We have arranged for you to obtain
these seven college credits from Charter Oak State College,
No matter where you live, you can then have these
seven credits submitted on a Charter Oak transcript to another
college or university. (If you are a teacher, the transcript will be
sent to your local school board, at your request.) Full information
is available from the Groups
Registrar to help you take advantage of this opportunity.
Writers, teachers, and others whose business skills are enhanced by
the writing techniques developed in our course may qualify for a tax
deduction. Consult your tax advisor to determine if you qualify.
||LongRidge Writers Group
91 Long Ridge Road, West Redding, Connecticut 06896
Telephone: 1-800-624-1476 ~ Fax: 203-792-8406
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