Creative Writing Course
October 2021 - FULLY BOOKED! Email us to go on the waiting list or to book a place for January 2022.
This comprehensive creative writing course is designed to provide you with the skills and tools every writer needs to tell your own story - fiction or non-fiction
This is our much loved flagship Creative Writing Course, offered with discussion, chat, and feedback – and detailed notes to refer to on your future writing projects.
Start Date: TBC January 2022
Sessions will be held every Monday and Thursday for five weeks
16h00 to 19h00/19h30 UK time
Via our course platform and the live sessions will be held on Zoom.
Have you always wanted to write – a novel, a short story, a memoir – but never got beyond the first few pages?
You might have written the book you’ve always dreamed about, but know there’s something about it that doesn’t feel quite right…
Perhaps you feel daunted, nervous to take the first step, scared of failure?
How will you get past your writer’s block?
What if you just want to exercise your creativity in a safe space?
What do you need to write that book you’ve always dreamed of?
Encouragement? Insight into the sorts of techniques that turn a humdrum story into an electrifying narrative?
Our Creative Writing Course will give you all this and much more. The course is designed to provide you with the skills and tools every writer needs to tell your own story. All About Writing will help you realise your dreams.
- The ten course sessions will be run via Zoom you can learn in real-time from a tutor you can engage with and listen to.
- Each of the sessions tackles a key skill and challenges participants with carefully crafted writing exercises, to which we’ll give immediate feedback.
- In addition we will use an online platform to share the comprehensive course notes for each module.
- Participants are encouraged to discuss the modules via the online platform and to interact between sessions.
The skills focused on are:
- Finding your Voice
- Ideas: where to find and develop them
- Building characters
- Building the narrative
- Writing scenes
- Point of view
- Writing dialogue
- Beginnings, middles and ends
- Creating suspense
- Showing, not telling