You’ve got an idea and you know what you want to write about, but you’re having trouble nailing down where to start and how to organise your time. When you turn up to write, what do you write first? Maybe you need encouragement to get going or to turn up regularly or you want to know whether to work on a novel, a memoir or short stories? This free self-paced course, written by a working writer, will provide you with the encouragement you need to turn up and write and some tips and techniques that will help you get organised.
Who is this course for?
How does this course work?
This course is an online self-paced course, meaning there is no live teaching element, and the course materials can be accessed whenever and however you choose.
Once you’ve enrolled, you will be given immediate access to the course materials and can begin immediately. The course is organised into weekly modules with short introductory videos, but you can do the course faster or slower depending on what best suits you.
About the tutor
This self-paced course is written by published novelist, Louise Tondeur
Louise Tondeur studied Drama at the University of East Anglia before returning a few years later to do their MA in Creative Writing. She writes mainly fiction, poetry and nonfiction, has published two novels and a short story collection and currently tutors on the Open University’s Creative Writing MA. She recently wrote a series of guest blogs for New Writing South, which you can find here. Otherwise she blogs about the writing life on her website.
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