In this course, you will learn:
- Learn about the various narrative options accessible to you when creating a story, as well as how to improve your writing by studying the work of other authors.
- Experiment with different notebooks and pens to see what materials you can use to write with.
- Learn to write by examining your surroundings and starting with the present moment.
- Examine the various points of view and viewpoints available to you and choose the best one for the tale you're writing.
- Then, to approach your story as an aesthetic piece, begin sketching with words.
- Learn how to draw inspiration from great works of literature and how to recognize shapes, echoes, and repetitions in your own writing.
- Explore the specifics of your tale, learn how to use the writing itself to generate new ideas, and hone your observation skills by experimenting with different writing styles.
- With some of Shaun's practical activities, you'll learn how to discover precise phrases and pay attention to little details.
- Explore several strategies to shape your final story once you've finished the first draught.
- Examine how to edit and rewrite your work, as well as how to make it available to the public.
- Finally, get Shaun's advice and encouragement for continuing to improve and expand your creative writing.
- About Me
- What We Will Do in the Course?
2. How to Slow Down and Start Writing Immediately
- Techniques to Write Everywhere
- Techniques to Approach a Single Subject
- Techniques for Sketching with Words
- When You Get Stuck
3. How to Create Impact and Surprise in Your Stories
- How to Look at a Strawberry
- The History of Your Feet
- What’s More Important, the Facts or the Story?
- Our Final Story
4. How to Shape a Story
- Editing and Rewriting
- Share Your Work with the World
- Final Tips (Future Projects)