Online Writing Mentors

Do you have a child who needs extra help?
Is your child a talented writer who would like immediate feedback on her stories?
Would you personally like to become the best writer you can possibly be?

Our Druidawn online writing mentorship program is designed to provide help, encouragement and immediate feedback to those students who work best in a one-on-one situation.

Who is this designed for?

  • Reluctant writers who struggle getting their ideas onto paper and need to learn special techniques to make writing easier.
  • People with learning disabilities, such as dyslexia and dysgraphia, who need to find ways to turn their weaknesses into strengths. We have many methods that will not only improve your reading and writing skills, but you'll actually enjoy doing it.
  • Students who need extra encouragement, advice and tutoring to improve their writing skills
  • Talented writers who want to challenge themselves to become the best authors they can possibly be
  • Writers of any age who want feedback from professional writers who've been teaching creative writing techniques to young authors for over 20 years.

How does it work?

First, look at who we are to decide which of our mentors you think you might like to work with.

Then, use our contact page to email us of your interest in getting a mentor.

Next, we'll email you back, or possibly call you if you leave a number, to discuss your specific needs.

Our writing mentors all currently have booked schedules, but you can let us know if you'd like to get on our wait list and we'll inform you as soon as we get an opening. The sessions are held over Skype video conferencing, which we have found to be quite good as a medium for working one-on-one with those who are not geographically close. The schedule is entirely flexible to meet your goals and budget.

How much does it cost?

That depends on who you choose to work with. The current rates are:

Miriam Darnell: $40.00 per hour.

Shannon Crose: $30.00 per hour.

Cara Allen: $35.00 per hour.

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