Granted, that "spark" or "voice" that separates a creative writer from an academic writer or journalist often can't be taught (though it can be coaxed out), but there things Creative Writers can LEARN, like:
Plot Structure & Logic
Anyway. Whatever type of writer I'll become someday, I owe a LOT - if not everything - to my instructors at both Binghamton University and Borderlands' Writers' Bootcamp. I consider Hiram Grange & The Chosen One to be a direct product of this instruction.
However, not everyone can go AWAY to school. There are online options available. Like this one, taught by Bram Stoker Award Winning Editor, Michael Knost. Check it out - enroll. Got to school and gets some learnin'! Plus, he's offering free stuff for the first eight people to sign up. How can you go wrong there?
"Sign up for LEVEL ONE Online Writing Course and get a FREE copy of Specters In Coal Dust!
I’ve had a lot of folks asking for the return of the earlier online writing courses, so I have decided to kick off from the beginning: the Level One online writing course. I will then schedule the subsequent course levels after that.
Online classes will be conducted live via audio/video conference with PowerPoint presentations and chat lines. Audio or video capabilities (or special software) are NOT required for participation. However, a computer with Internet connection IS required.
Here is the LEVEL ONE Online Writing Course
Plot and structure.
Description and detail
Point of View and Dialogue
Creating great characters
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The course is $120.00, which includes all four classes.
For questions or confirmations email me at email@example.com
The first eight people to sign up will receive a free copy of my latest anthology Specters In Coal Dust.
This anthology includes ghost stories set in coal mines from authors such as:
Barbara Jo Fleming
and Brian J. Hatcher.
Click the link below to sign up:
Sign up now, get a free collection featuring the best in the business, and then receive top notch instruction from the best in the business. How can you go wrong?