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Join Write Night online
Join us from wherever in the world you happen to be! Write Night meets online via Zoom every Thursday from 6:15-7:45 pm. Share your writing–up to 1,000 words–with your fellow writers and get suggestions and encouragement. Contact us for more information.
Teaching & Coaching
Improve your writing with hands-on instruction
Want to improve your writing skills? Sign up for a fun, online class with Christine through North Seattle College.
You can also arrange for Christine to lead a customized writing seminar for your work group, or meet with you virtually for one-on-one writing coaching. All teaching and coaching services provided online.
Read on for details!
Winter 2023 Continuing Ed Classes online at North Seattle College
Registration now open!
Freelance Writing for Fun & Profit
Mondays, Jan. 23-Feb. 6 (3 sessions) North Seattle College online, 6:30-8 p.m., $99
Make money, influence others, and express yourself with freelance writing! Learn to write compelling stories for magazines, blogs, websites, and more. This fun, hands-on class takes you step-by-step through the writing/publishing process, from getting ideas to cashing your checks. We’ll cover ideas, research, marketing, writing skills, building your platform, and more.
Mondays, Feb. 27-March 13 (3 sessions) North Seattle College online, 6:30-8 p.m., $99
Confused about grammar and punctuation? This fun, hands-on class will help you master the latest rules, avoid common errors, and write with confidence. We’ll cover apostrophes, verb tense, word usage, subject/verb agreement, commas/semicolons, style guides, how to avoid the 10 most common grammar and punctuation mistakes, and more. Class includes plenty of examples and exercises to help you practice your new skills.
Class will be held online. To register, call the college at 206-527-3705 or see www.learnatnorth.org
Write Night online: Join us!
Write Night meets online via Zoom every Thursday from 6:15-7:45 pm. Each class includes a social time, as well as a chance to share your manuscript (up to 1,000 words) and get feedback from the group. To RSVP or for more information, contact us.
Encouragement, motivation, and direction to help you with creative or business writing projects. Now working with clients online via Zoom.
Need help getting your thoughts together? I’ll work with you to reach your writing goals, whether it’s publishing that memoir or improving your email.
Topics I can help with include organizing and structuring your story, managing your time, developing writing skills, marketing your manuscript, understanding self-publishing, and more.
Specializing in Boeing workers and those who hope to be Boeing workers
Need helpwithyour resume?
An effective resume is the first step to landing the new job you want. Christine will interview you and craft a resume that highlights your strengths and accomplishments.
For more information, or to set up an appointment, contact us.
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Christine Dubois is an award-winning writer and editor who has published more than 450 articles in 45 different magazines and newspapers. She teaches writing at North Seattle College as well as for local businesses. Her warmth, knowledge, and enthusiasm make her a popular instructor.
Dubois has successfully tackled writing projects of all types, including articles, websites, ad copy, resumes, appeal letters, advertising copy, press releases, brochures, curriculum, scripts, reports, book editing, publicity campaigns, and more.
Her professional experience includes: 10 years as Communications Director for The South 47 Farm, senior editor for View Publishing at Group Health Cooperative, assignment editor at KING-TV News, and more than 20 years as a freelance writer.
She is co-author, together with her husband, Steven E. Bourne, of “Waiting in Hope: Meditations for Expectant Parents.”
Dubois has a degree in Communications from the University of Washington and graduate-level certificates in Advanced Online Teaching and Teaching Adults. She has received numerous awards from professional communications groups for excellence in writing, editing, and photography. She is a member of the National Writer’s Union.