Hi! I am introducing to you my latest resource for fiction writers – new, aspiring, and established fiction writers, as well as writing tutors and coaches.
The Fiction Writer’s Workbook:
A 4-Week Writing-Intensive Course.
To Register for this course,
Did you know that you can write a story in four weeks, from conception to the completion of your manuscript? Let me show you how!
There is a story in you begging to be written!
The Fiction Writer’s Workbook offers you a one-stop solution to your writing crisis whether as the writer or as the tutor!
In this workbook, I will be showing you tested and proven steps you can take to make your fiction-writing dream a reality!
You will be provided with the relevant tools; there will be loads of tasks to complete. And there is a Quiz.
Never mind, there’s a lot of teatimes as well!
- Submit your application by clicking on THIS FORM
- Purchase the course material (The Workbook) in pdf format using the link https://selar.co/cviv
- Access to the internet for the weekly support webinars and feedbacks.
- Get yourself a journal (or just the plain counter/exercise book!)
- You will need your writing tool – it may be a notebook computer, an iPad, or your smartphone, a typewriter, or the good old pen and paper
- Complete all the tasks.
- Be ready to work hard and turn in your finished work by the end of the fourth week!
What you will benefit from this course depends largely on you, but I need you to work with me to make your fiction writing dream a reality. It is going to be a write-a-ton, a writing marathon, do you need to have the right attitude and heart-titude!
The course is divided into four according to the four weeks of the month.
In the first week, you will learn what fiction writing entails, how to get writing inspiration, how to create your writing space and the importance of journaling. You will also begin to write your story.
In the second week, you will learn how to write fiction by exploring the elements that are indispensable for fiction writing; we shall focus mainly on developing characters and storylines (plot). You will understand the concept of the book genre.
In the third week, you will learn about creating the setting for your story and its relevance, and the concepts of point of view, conflict, theme, tone, and style for your story. You will apply these to your WIP.
And in the fourth week, we shall focus on completing the story that you have adopted for this course, and then onto some finishing touches. You will understand deadlines. You will also complete your WIP.
So, let’s get to it. I trust you that at the end of the four weeks, you will have at least a short story to show for it!
“This is how you do it: you sit down at the keyboard, and you put one word after another until it’s done. It’s that easy, and that hard.” ~ Neil Gaiman.