Calling all writers! It’s time again for our slate of Summer 2019 Adult Writing Classes taught by Bestselling Author Matthew LeDrew! If your resolution for this Summer is to finally get your novel done, than we have you covered with three different options of classes!
“My novel was finished but not complete. This course brought my writing to a new level. The group setting & instant feedback was what I needed to get the novel I wanted. I learned skills that helped me become a professional writer.”
— Helen Escott, Bestselling author of Operation: Wormwood.
WRITING CLASSES FOR INTERMEDIATE
Are you a writer who has never been able to take their work past the finish line and actually complete a novel? These are problems the best authors face, and are typically structural. In Intermediate Novel Writing, we tackle this issue by writing and examining the 8 key scenes of your novel, along with twenty different techniques of plotting and making sure your novel can end up on shelves!
8 week schedule (subject to change): July 7, July 15, July 21, July 28, August 4, August 12, August 19, August 25.
Intermediate Writing Classes – Summer 2019
8 weeks of classes focusing heavily on the structure of bestsellers, including lectures on over 20 topics regarding the anatomy of novels and story structure. Weekly lessons and assessments starting Sunday July 7 2019 from 6pm-8pm. Includes entry into July 7 2019 2pm-4pm lecture with USA Today Bestseller Candace Osmond!
WRITING CLASSES FOR ADVANCED
The first draft of your novel is done, but you need help preparing it for publication. You need feedback and help before you take that last step, and become a published author.
In Advanced, we go through your entire novel — all of it — and look for ways to tighten and improve it to make the best impression to readers and publishers. Only 4 students taken a semester for this highly specified course!
6 Week Schedule (subject to change): July 4, July 11, July 18, August 1, August 8, August 15.
Advanced Writing – Summer 2019
6 Weeks of classes starting July 4 2019 plus 3 weeks of Private Lessons! This section only takes 4 authors a semester, so if you're interested book your time now! Open to authors who are done -- or nearly done -- a draft of their book and are looking for constructive feedback on the work as a whole. Must come prepared to read a critique the work of others! Includes FREE entry to July 7 2-4pm writing seminar with USA Today Bestseller Candace Osmond!
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