Enroll by Mail/Check

To Pay by Check: Mark your class choice(s) below and MAIL YOUR CHECK, payable to WriterUniv — and adding “USD” if it’s from a non U.S. bank — to: Laurie Campbell, 928 E. Berridge, Phoenix, AZ 85014.

8 responses to “Enroll by Mail/Check

  1. Great classes

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  2. Patsy Morrison

    will this class be offered again? I am in transition between AZ and Colorado.

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  3. Would you please put me on the wait list for Emotion without Purple Prose.
    Thanks!
    Sharron
    shelgunn@shaw.ca

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    • Good news — Alicia will be offering this same class NEXT May! Since it’ll be a first-paid-first-enrolled situation again, you might want to register very early to ensure your place. (If the registration for 2016 isn’t up yet, just pretend like you’re signing up for 2015 and send a note with your PayPal explaining that it’s for 2016.)

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  4. Hi, My name is Randy Barnhart. I live in Australia. Because of time differences, I might have trouble attending your online course. What time is the class held? Is it being recorded so I can go back and review it later? Is there some hard copy to download so I can review the class? My character is a murder mystery about a woman deputy sheriff in a fictitious small Kansas town. Thank you. Randy Barnhart

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    • Randy, all the classes are conducted via email. The teacher posts a lecture, and students can respond whenever it’s convenient for them.

      Sometimes there are homework assignments with deadlines, but teachers know we have students from all over the world so there’ll never be a case when, for example, an assignment is posted just as Australians are going to bed and it’s due just as they’re waking up.

      Since all the material is on yahoogroups, you can go back anytime during the class — and for a week or two afterwards — to review or copy-and-keep anything you want. Some people interact with the teacher throughout the course, and some read the material but don’t participate. Either way is okay!

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  5. Procrastination is my middle name. It’s time for a name-change. Thanks for offering something of this nature, Laurie.

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