Fiction 101: Writing a Novel
Fiction 101: Writing a Novel
Tiffany D. Jackson
Anyone can be a writer — we’re all storytellers. It’s just a matter of sitting down and putting your stories to paper. In this nine-part class, bestselling author Tiffany D. Jackson teaches you how to write a novel, from brainstorming ideas to getting published. By the end, you’ll be well on your way to writing the next best seller!
Curiously Similar
Join bestselling author Steve Almond in a creative writing series that mimics the vibrant, communal feel of a workshop with innovative craft topics. In each episode, Steve teaches a craft lesson and also workshops one participant’s work on the spot. You’ll learn practical skills to start, fix or transform your work and get inspired along the way.
Steve Almond
Steve Almond
Enjoy classic interviews from some of the greatest writers of the last half-century to spark your own creativity and inspire you to become a better writer.
Today’s authors face unprecedented competition in the writing market. In this comprehensive class, Professor Jane Friedman acts as your personal guide though the entire process from finalizing your manuscript to writing the perfect pitch, reviewing contracts and marketing your book. You’ll learn sought-after secrets of the publishing process that will help you navigate this challenging progression, bypass pitfalls and improve your chances of being considered for publication.
Jane Freidman
Jane Freidman

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Fiction 101: Writing a Novel