The Power of Writing Books
What you'll learn
- How writing books can get you into an Ivy League University
- How writing books makes you a super connector
- The different prestige levels between different genres of books
- The tacit knowledge you gain and cultural/social currency writing books creates
- You have to understand how to write in english
This course is designed to take you on a journey into the fascinating realm of writing books. It's not just about stringing words together; it's a multifaceted tool for self-expression, knowledge sharing, and storytelling. We dive into a wide range of topics, from sharpening your writing skills to unraveling the profound impact of literature on our culture and society. Our goal is to help you grasp how the written word can be truly transformative, from sparking inspiration to providing education, entertainment, and food for thought.
But there's more! We'll also pull back the curtain on the publishing world, giving you a glimpse into how to share your stories with the world. It's about understanding the journey from your mind to the hands of eager readers. This course doesn't just focus on writing for personal gratification; it's about contributing to the tapestry of human ideas and experiences.
Join us on this educational adventure where you'll not only hone your writing skills but also gain a deeper appreciation for the power of the written word in our ever-changing world. Writing is more than a craft; it's a dynamic force that shapes our understanding and connection to the world around us, and we're excited to take that journey with you.
Who this course is for:
- Aspiring writers, academics, students of all ages, especially high school
We are Davena and Jason Hoskins, co-authors and siblings who write under the pen-name D.J. Hoskins. Three years apart and in our twenties, we have been fascinated by stories from a young age. Our wide-ranging interests have led us to write across 13 genres resulting in over 27 books published today.
Davena Hoskins, the younger sister, is an undergraduate at Princeton University.
Jason Hoskins, the older brother, is an undergraduate at Georgetown University