About This CourseBeginner
Creative Writing is a fun and potentially profitable hobby. Writing doesn’t need to be intimidating or scary, and this course will get you started!
This Creative Writing course has a fun informal style to help you become more aware of your writing style and improve your skills. If you’re looking to get started with creative writing and want to unlock your creativity and imagination, this course is for you. We encourage everyone to write at least a tiny bit every day, and capture the fascinating world around them. This course will suit those who are busy and want to fit writing around their lifestyle or those who eventually seek to write full time or get published.
A relaxed, fun course to act as a creative writing jump start! If you are looking to be inspired to get writing, this course contains tips and hints for being motivated and inspired to put your pen to paper or digits on the keyboard.
Creative writing is accessible to everyone regardless of how busy you are, our education history, or your eventual goals. Join us on the course and start having fun with words!
Here’s what you’ll learn inside:
- Practical advice to get you writing on a daily basis
- Expert tips from a creative writing professional
- How to get paid for your writing when you’re ready
- Controlling and silencing the fears and negativity in your head
- Enjoying writing and capturing moments around you
- Tools and tips to reduce the barriers to writing
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have the knowledge to pursue creative writing.
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 the skill of creative writing!
About the Instructor:
Tracy writes short fiction for weekly magazines in the UK, ROI, Scandinavia, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa as Francine Lee. Stories published in Woman’s Weekly, Take A Break, My Weekly, The People’s Friend, Yours, Weekly News, Candis and Best among others.
Dorset reviews editor for Frost Magazine.
Co-founder of Words for the Wounded Writing Prize.
Steering group member of Dorset Writers Network. I maintain the website and carry out social media presence. We organize writing events, workshops and create community-based anthologies.
Past regional Organiser for Dorset/Hants/Wilts area for the Society of Women Writers and Journalists (SWWJ).
Workshops/ Speaker at Literary Festivals. Judge Yeovil Literary Prize 2010 (short story section).
Organises writing workshops on the South Coast. Qualified Tutor for Adult Learning.
Mentoring and editorial advice and consultancy.
Hello! My name is Louise Croft, a professional fashion blogger, entrepreneur, freelance PR, and life coach, from England. I have a first class business degree and have worked in a wide range of industries across the world. I’m currently a digital nomad traveling the world while I teach and create courses.
I’m passionate about helping other people achieve their potential through all aspects of their life. I really hope my courses will help you do better in everything from your career to your personal confidence.
I’m constantly creating new courses both on my own and in collaboration with other experts. Currently offering sales, negotiating, fashion, study skills, makeup, skincare, coaching, creative writing, interview skills, and many more.
Thanks for reading and enjoy the learning journey!
Meet Your Teacher
Why Do You Want To Write
Always Be Ready To Capture Your Ideas
Unlocking Your Creativity – The Morning Pages
Making Time For Yourself
Laying Out The Path
How To Set Effective Goals
What Are My Goals?
Thinking Out Of The Box
Exercise: Thinking Outside The Box
Writing For Pleasure
Writing To Sell
The Secret Weapon On My Bookshelf
Tips: Spelling And Grammar
Shutting Down The Inner Critic
The Six Honest Serving Men
Exercise: Using Titles
Who’s The Star?
Exercise: Practise Forming Characters
It’s All In A Name
The Secret To Great Dialogue
Building A Picture
The Magic Is In The Detail
Exercise: Forming Scenes
Starting And Finishing With A Bang
Exercise: Opening And Closing Lines
Point Of View