Private Tutoring Expert Mary Wanser: It's Not Only for Students


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Is private tutoring meant only for students?


Although the term “private tutoring” may conjure thoughts of school-age children, private tutoring is actually a wise investment for folks of all ages. My clients have ranged in age from five to sixty-five. And my services are not exclusively for students. When thinking about “tutoring,” consider it coaching, consulting, advising, assisting, mentoring. As an English and writing specialist, my private sessions fall under all these categories.

Consider private tutoring if you are a business professional. Rely on me to help you develop and edit effective written content for your website or other promotional material.

Consider private tutoring if you're a writer (established or aspiring). Whether you're working on an anthology of short stories and need help recognizing a common theme, thinking about writing a memoir and not certain where to begin, or grasping for the appropriate tone of a poem, I can help you with these issues: clarifying your direction, finding your voice, gaining new perspectives, generating fresh ideas, managing your time, overcoming writer's block, releasing debilitating fears, remaining focused & motivated, editing your work, and so much more!

As a formally trained writer in academic, creative, and technical styles, I can help you through a wide array of tasks and offer ongoing support, too. You may contact me at any stage of your writing process—from creation to presentation and all the phases in between.

Mary Wanser, M.F.A.
(352) 422 – 0592
Mary@MaryWanser.com
www.MaryWanser.com




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