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Learn to capture your ideas, properly format a manuscript, communicate like a writer, self-edit the way the pros do, and find appropriate markets.
1. Your Adventure Has Begun
Take steps to turn your writing dreams into reality. Learn to capture ideas that surround you every day, turn them into submissions for appropriate markets, properly format, polish and submit your manuscripts, and become a professional writer.
2. Presenting Yourself as a Professional
Learn the proper way to format a manuscript for submission. You’ve written the story of your heart, and now you’re ready to share it with the world. All you have to do is send it off with a prayer, right? Wrong. Properly formatting your manuscript can make the difference between a sale and a rejection, no matter how well written it is.
3. The Language of Writing
Understand and apply the terms common to writing. Review terms you may have learned years ago and define terms new to you. The sooner you become familiar with these, the sooner you will feel comfortable navigating the waters of professional writing.
4. Self-Edit to Make Your Work Sparkle
Acquire the tools you need to turn a rough draft into a polished manuscript. Turn that inner critic from a debilitating hindrance to a source of strength. Silence its interruptions while you work, but use it to polish your writing during the re-write stage.
5. The Writer as Observer
Learn to observe the world and use the senses in writing. Uncover the power of mature observation, the importance of engaging with the world, and of taking the time to form ideas worth sharing.
6. Finding Markets by Thinking Reader-First
Learn how to determine publishers’ needs and submit reader-centered writing. Where recreational writers write for their own significance, for catharsis, for personal affirmation, professionals write to meet readers at their points of need. Learn to give them takeaway value.
|Course Length||Four months|
|Number of Lessons||Six|
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