The Digital Nomad Writing Club
The 6-month online programme for digital nomads
that takes you from puzzled to published to paid.
Are you ready to take the first step towards getting paid to write from anywhere in the world?
Are you overwhelmed by the prospect of looking for a job that better enables you to live the life you want, on your own terms?
Do you feel that writing is your life's purpose but you just need the right support to find your voice and confidence?
Or maybe you don’t even know what a pitch is?
Do you love creative writing, but find yourself completely lost when it comes to the business side of being a writer?
Are you tired of sending pitch after pitch, and never hearing back from editors?
If so, this programme is exactly what you’re looking for!
With our 6-month programme, you’ll learn how to turn your raw writing talent into a lucrative online business that gives you the freedom to work and earn money from anywhere in the world.
I've been there!
Having been a part of the first generation of digital nomads, I know the frustrations of being a young, puzzled wanna-be writer.
At the age of 23, with a journalism and master’s degree under my belt, I quit my well-paying job and boarded a plane to Southeast Asia, with nothing but my backpack and a cheap travel laptop.
My plan was to travel for a year. But I didn't have enough cash. Desperate to make this lifestyle work, I decided to pick up some freelance jobs that I would complete on my laptop from whatever given location, to supplement my savings.
It wasn’t easy to find these jobs, but using the methods that we teach at the Digital Nomad Writing Club -- from how to find publications that pay, to how to write unturndownable pitches, and finally how to work my way up the freelance ladder -- I learned how to write less and make more.
I managed to lock in several long-term jobs that allowed me to make my way across 8 countries and have the best time of my life.
These techniques even helped me land my dream job as Executive Editor of a luxury travel magazine in Bangkok.
After a few years in Bangkok, I decided it was time for a change of scenery and moved to an island in the South of Thailand, where I opened my content marketing agency.
Through my agency, I learned how to quickly and efficiently train my team to be able to write well, fast. I taught them how to read and interpret a brief, how to research accurately without wasting time, how to write for big name brands in every industry, how to put together marketing plans, and the difference between writing for social, the web, and print. I taught them how to edit their own work so that it was publish-ready, and how to do a final polish that makes the piece sparkle.
I was so inspired by the progress my writers were making that I had the brainwave to found a content writing school, teaching the same techniques and more. The writers who worked for me encouraged me in this venture, telling me how much they had learned from me and how much more confident they were to kick off their own writing careers after my coaching.
So, I took everything I’d been teaching my team, and transferred all of my digital nomad writing knowledge in the Digital Nomad Writing Club. This programme guides you through everything you need to know to get started as a digital nomad writer -- and even guarantees to help you get your first paid writing job.
That's why I'm excited to share...
The Digital Nomad Writing Club
Access to our Slack, Trello, Drive channels
Access to our private Facebook community
Access to our virtual self-paced online writing course
Weekly writing workshops
A freelance writer’s toolkit
Letter of reference
Your own portfolio page on our website, and help putting it together
What you get over 6 months:
Become a Student Intern* and pay just
for the full 6 months
* This aspect of our course is what allows us to offer such an affordable price. We have seen over the years that our students learn best by doing. You can take all the writing workshops and courses in the world, but it’s not until you sit down and put what you’ve learned into practice that it really starts to stick.
The students who choose this option will write 3,000 words per week (which can be anywhere from 3 - 6 assignments), and edit 1,500 words of one another’s work. Past students have found this can take anywhere from 8 to 25 hours per week -- and of course, you'll get faster as you progress through the course.
What You'll Get
Imagine finally being able to earn enough money to travel and live anywhere in the world, from doing something you love.
What our past students say
Start of Masters' Programme
Who is this programme for?
The DNWC programme is ideal for anyone with a dash of writing talent and a huge dose of passion for the craft, who:
Wants to hone their research, writing, and editing skills before going it alone
Wants step-by-step guidance on how to win writing clients
Wants to gain experience working in a real-world content agency
Is seeking personalised guidance on how to improve their writing skills
More from our past students
Meet Erin McQuilkin, one of our recent graduates