Creative Writing - Plot Scenarios Month 1
- 1.5 hours on-demand video
- 6 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
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- Certificate of Completion
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- have a better understanding of the components of stories and how many variations can be taken for one idea.
- collate their portfolio of 100+ stories with a view to polishing and submitting them.
- identify various writing techniques and use them in their writing ongoing.
- All that is needed for this course is paper and pen or a blank document.
31 scenarios each with three exercises per day to provide the student with a better understanding of the components of stories and how many variations can be taken for one idea. Exercise three in each scenario encourages the student to create their own plot inspired by the scenario.
This course can be completed at a scenario per day during any month or at the student's own pace.
With a tip per day, it will aid the identification of various writing techniques for use in these scenarios as well as writing ongoing.
No previous experience necessary with just a pen (or pencil) and paper or blank document required.
This is the course for you if you struggle coming up with new ideas, are a new writer looking to learn, or an established writer looking to put some new life into your writing.
- This plot scenarios course has been designed for anyone wishing to create fictional stories.
Five scenarios containing a potential of at least fifteen stories with tips after each scenario covering a reader’s sympathy, using what we know, song lyrics and external conflict.
Talking more about readers' sympathy, using what we know, song lyrics and external conflict.
Talking more about internal conflict, unreliable narrators, and character motivation.
Talking more about characters and their emotions, nicknames.
Talking more about genre, eras, the five senses, dialogue and phobias.
Talking more about peaks and troughs, protagonists and antagonists.
Talking more about characters' actions, emotions, names, antagonism, story genres and endings.