About This Course
So you’re writing… and that makes you a writer!
And just like every athlete needs great warm-up exercises; so every writer needs great writing exercises.
This course is designed to get you started as a writer. To practice writing your words onto paper or onto your computer so that you can build confidence to write and publish your work.
What Makes “Good” Writing?
In this online writing course, you’ll learn how to write the four clear principles of good non-fiction writing. The four “C’s” I call them. And all the exercises are carefully designed to fit within that structure. Every time you do one, you are building technique in one of those four principles.
It’s just like flexing a muscle at the gym – getting fitter help you play your chosen sport better.
Practice Makes Perfect?
When people tell you that you need to practice whatever level of writer you are. But it can be hard to know what that means. This course gives you twelve exercises to choose from to get the practice you need, to find your own style when you’re first starting to write, and to get into the groove quickly the more you master your craft. It helps you build the confidence to put your writing into the world and to press “publish”, whatever that means for you. Go through the exercises one by one, day by day, or just pick any single one as you feel like it to just get started or to get unstuck.
Who’s This For?
This online writing course is designed for authors and bloggers at any level, from this course you will learn how to write from good to great in just three minutes a day!
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have the knowledge to become a better writer.
30 Day Money Back Guarantee. If you are unsatisfied for any reason, simply contact us and we’ll give you a full refund. No questions asked.
Get started today and learn how to become a better writer!
|Section 1 - Welcome! And How To Use This Course|
|Becoming A Writer: Building Confidence And Technique For Non-Fiction Writing||00:00:00|
|Section 2 - The Four Principles Of Great Non-Fiction Writing|
|The Four Principles Of Great Non-Fiction Writing||00:00:00|
|Course Handbook (PDF)||00:00:00|
|Section 3 - The Twelve Writing Exercises|
|Introduction To The Writing Exercises||00:00:00|
|Equipment – Get Set Up!||00:00:00|
|Exercise 1: Lists||00:00:00|
|Exercise 2: What’s Your Why?||00:00:00|
|Exercise 3: Random Connections||00:00:00|
|Exercise 4: The Good In People||00:00:00|
|Exercise 5: Processes (Writing To Teach)||00:00:00|
|Exercise 6: Principles (Writing To Teach)||00:00:00|
|Exercise 7: Telling Stories||00:00:00|
|Exercise 8: A Single Sense||00:00:00|
|Exercise 9: Giving Advice (Writing To Teach)||00:00:00|
|Exercise 10: Opposite Perspectives||00:00:00|
|Exercise 11: Less Is More||00:00:00|
|Exercise 12: Love Your Writing||00:00:00|
|Section 4 - Final Words|