You’ll also have gained valuable insights into the world of publishing from an experienced, published author.
This course is suitable for beginners and students with some creative writing experience.
“The course was the absolute nuts and bolts approach I was looking for.
I loved the logical step-by-step approach to the craft of writing.
Do you have a burning desire to get that story out of you and onto the page, and don’t know where to start?
Or perhaps you’re plodding along with your novel, and you’re not sure if you’re doing it right…?If you want to learn how to write and sell more books, try courses by Dawson or Stephenson.Some of these classes are available today, whereas others only open their doors several times a year.You’ll also have the momentum to succeed, thanks to comprehensive course notes and plenty of online resources via the AWC website and blog. I've already recommended it to several people.” – Amy Spanton (completed in Sydney) "I feel much more confident to start serious writing after completing the course.“This course contained so much practical advice which was exactly what I was looking for. I liked doing the workshopping and group exercises – it really stimulated my imagination. I am already recommending this course to a friend with the comment that it will inspire and provide some really useful tips to stop procrastinating, get off your arse and start writing!This practical course is designed to give you the skills to write engaging novels.It doesn’t matter what stage of writing you’re at, whether you’ve got the glimmer of an idea and can’t figure out where to start, or whether you’ve started and just need some guidance on the next step toward completion and publication, this course will give you the fundamental bricks for building your fiction novel, one word at a time." If your goal is to write a novel, AWC offers three stages of creative support and guidance to help you get there.Creative Writing Stage 1 kicks things off – giving you a solid understanding of how to build your story.You’ll be buzzing with new ideas, techniques and insight into creating compelling fiction – that you can immediately apply to your own writing.to pursue further writing goals such as short stories or to write the next great novel.