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“Of all the things I could be doing, why do I feel compelled to write?” This is a question all writers ask at the start of their journey, and even during their lifetime. This nano course is dedicated to helping you establish your reason for writing. The lectures and exercises provided, encourage you to tease out ideas and goals, articulate aims and objectives, and understand why your story is worth sharing with the world! There are also some wider reading materials by the inspirational George Orwell — author of the famous essay, 'Why I Write'. The work you produce on this course can be used as a pick-me-up if you ever face that dreadful writers' block, lack a little confidence or feel demotivated. If you're taking an accredited creative writing course, consider adding the work you do here to your portfolio.
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|Section 1: Get Started|
Introduction: Why bother establishing my reasons for writing?Preview
It's pretty straight-forward really. We'll start with a light academic investigation into George Orwell's essay, 'Why I Write.'
|Section 2: Get Thinking|
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|Quiz 1||10 questions|
Have you read through the materials? Great! Then this should be a doddle.
|Section 3: Get Creative|
The video in this lecture will take you through 24 questions centred around why you write. Each question will be on screen for approximately 30 seconds, but do feel free to pause and rewind if you need more time. Once you've completed this Q&A session, move onto the next lecture so you can collate your answers and develop a polished work of literature.
Remember, no honest answer is a wrong answer. This exercise is designed to get you thinking about your aims as a writer, your writing style and future projects, while simultaneously stimulating you're creativity, literacy development, critical thinking and reflexive practice.
Finally, this exercise has been a hit in many Scribble Ink workshops - writers have often described it as 'therapeutic' and 'fun'.
Reflect, edit, polish and share
|Section 4: Course Wrap-up|
How to use your literature
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Founded by writer Nadia Gasper in 2010, Scribble Ink Story Consultancy is a social enterprise dedicated to mentoring writers throughout their creative process.
Scribble Online is one of three core writing programmes delivered by Scribble Ink. It exists to provide learners with creative writing courses that are flexible, affordable and fun. Each nano course available is equivalent to a 1-2 hour workshop. Enrol today and share the many experiences our London-based writers enjoy during live sessions.
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