Do you want to grow as a writer, but don’t know the next steps to take?

Do you have great ideas, but they never sound as powerful on the page as they do in your head?

Do you love to write, but feel stuck as a writer?

Do you want to get published, but don’t know where to begin?

What is Writing with Grace?

Registration is now live for Writing with Grace, a six-week writing course that will take place this coming January through February and will be taught by Ann Swindell. Ann taught writing and creative writing in the English Department at Wheaton College for five years and is now offering that material through a live webinar course on Tuesday nights, January 12th through February 16th. The course will help writers strengthen and sharpen their writing voice, ability, and craft. Issues of publication and how to effectively pitch articles will also be covered, and the editors of national magazines will be joining classes to offer Q&As with students and classes will be recorded for students to watch on their own schedule.

Who is Ann Swindell?

Ann Swindell has been writing professionally for nearly a decade, and her work has been featured in RELEVANT Magazine, Darling Magazine, Today’s Christian Woman, Deeply Rooted, (in)courage, The Influence Network, and many other publications. Her first book will be released with Tyndale House Publishers in 2017.

Ann holds an MA in Writing from DePaul University and an MFA in Creative Nonfiction Writing from Seattle Pacific University. She taught writing and creative writing courses at Wheaton College for five years as a college instructor and is passionate about helping other writers communicate clearly and powerfully as they seek to tell their own stories well. You can get to know her more at

Who is Writing with Grace for?

This course is for the writer who wants to intentionally grow in the ability to communicate powerfully, beautifully, and effectively on the page. It is for the person who loves words and is looking to take his or her writing the next level as a storyteller and truth-teller, and who wants to learn about the publishing industry from the inside-out.

Check out the Writing with Grace site at to see the course outline, the editors who will be joining class, the costs and schedule. Registration closes December 2. Be sure to secure your seat in class!

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