Writing Skills Course

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We all want to be better writers.

But there’s so much information out there. What should you pay attention to? There are so many details: show vs. tell, passive vs. active, how to use dialogue tags properly. The list goes on and on.

I used to struggle with all of these questions. Until I distilled everything that I’d learned into this course: Writing Skills.

If you want to know how to polish your work and want detailed, step-by-step instructions that will take you from being a good writer to being a great writer, to knowing how to self-edit and dealing with a real editor, then my Writing Skills course is what you need.

This nine-module course teaches you, through video instructions and workbook exercises, how you can tackle the most glaring errors while adding to the depth and richness of your writing, as well as help you polish your novel in preparation for query and/or to work with an editor.

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Here’s what you can expect:

Module 1: Basic Formatting
Setting up your document properly can make your job easier.

Module 2: POV and Tense
Are you using the right point of view and tense for your characters?

Module 3: Passive vs. Active
Are you telling your story in passive or active voice?

Module 4: Show vs. Tell
It’s always best to show–but what does that mean?

Module 5: Sensory Writing
Writing with the five senses.

Module 6: Dialogue Tags
Often misunderstood, dialogue tags are explained in this module.

Module 7: Beats of Action
A great alternative to dialogue tags, beats of action add depth to your character interactions.


Module 8: Self-Editing
Time to add the last polish before you go in search of an editor.

Module 9: Working with an Editor
Yes, you need an editor who isn’t you.

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