Online Resources for Creative Writing

Online Resources For Creative Writing

105: Online Resources for Creative Writing with Ayanna Murray

Ayanna Murray is the guest in this episode and she shares her favorite online resources for creative writing. Ayanna is an author herself and she shares how she taught her children to enjoy and excel at creative writing. You can learn about Ayanna at her website – Ayannamurray.com.

I met Ayanna through a Facebook group I host – Homeschooling College-bound Teens. You are welcome to join us there too!

These are the resources Ayanaa mentioned. Be sure to listen to the episode for more detailis about each of them:

Learn more about Ayanna, her books, and homeschool resources at www.ayannamurray.com. Follow her on Instagram @Ayanluv and Twitter @AyannaMurray.

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Online Resources For Creative Writing

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