"Boarding Pass" E-Course (One-on-one coaching -- you pick the dates): $45
Do you have a travel story you're itching to get published? Let me help! Each time I develop an idea for a travel story I follow three
steps towards publication, whether I’m querying a blog post for a website or a feature article in TIME Magazine. In the "Boarding Pass"
five-day e-course -- for both beginning travel writers, or seasoned writers who want help crafting pitches that sell -- you’ll start at
zero on Monday and, by Friday, have at least one strong idea ready to pitch to editors. Each morning's homework (don’t worry, it shouldn’t take more than an hour) is due by 8 p.m. Central Standard Time that night. By 9 a.m. Central Standard Time the next
morning my feedback will be in your in-box. (For students outside of the U.S., I can adjust those times so it is mutually cconvenient.) Also included: contact information for 75+ markets that are buying travel content.
"It's been lovely to have feedback from someone outside my usual 'cast of characters.' I appreciate your insights and the tips you offered me for looking at some of these ideas from new, fresh angles." -- Nadine, Madison, Wisconsin
"When I took Kristine's micro-course, I had just the kernel of a travel article in mind. Between the daily assignments, excellent advice and support from Kristine, I turned this idea into an article I pitched to Islands Magazine and National Geographic Traveler Magazine. Kristine hones into the bones of travel writing in quick easy learning capsules. I can't wait to take another one of her courses." -- Joyce, Bluffton, South Carolina
About the instructor: The class is taught by Kristine Hansen, a blogger for Fodors.com and writer for TIME, American Airlines’ inflight
magazine, CNN.com, Wine Enthusiast, Destination Weddings & Honeymoons and National Geographic Traveler. A freelance writer since 1999, she has traveled to 19 countries.
COST: $45 (first-time fliers, meaning you've never taken a class from me before) or $40 (you've signed up for another one of my classes: welcome back!)