Free Writing Course by Rayne Hall

A great offer, featured on Nick’s blog. A FREE online writing course to give you something new to do in the lockdown. Follow the link to sign up.

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Writing | From the blog of Nicholas C. Rossis, author of science fiction, the Pearseus epic fantasy series and children's books

You may recall how I recently followed a great workshop by Rayne Hall organized by OIRWA.

Now, Rayne is offering a special free seminar aimed at self-isolating writers who wish to take advantage of the pandemic downtime to hone their writing skills.

Course description: Power up your Fiction

The pandemic crisis creates intense emotions and magnifies character traits. Use your observations, feelings, and experiences to enrich your works in progress, deepen characterization, intensify conflicts, and add realism to tense situations.

The assignments in this course will make you a better writer, and at the same time, you’ll reap the therapeutic benefits.

We will not write about the pandemic. Once this is all over, and the last thing people want to read and buy is pandemic stories. Instead, we’ll extrapolate your observations and apply them to the kind of fiction you write.

This is an intensive four-week seminar, with…

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17 thoughts on “Free Writing Course by Rayne Hall

  1. I have nothing against writing courses, but I think what makes a writer unique is that which comes from within. Following the guidelines of others could dilute one’s originality of thought. One might argue that guidelines which urge one to exploit one’s personal experiences and emotions might result in better text. But I think a writer does this naturally, and I think he must not contaminate his perspective in doing so by exploiting them in a way consistent with someone else’s guidelines.

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  2. Hmmm. Interesting. I have done many writing courses before, going into how to develop characters, story lines, construction of story, etc. Wonder what this one will be like. I’m up for anything. I LOVE doing writing courses. If it is intense though, not sure I could cope with it.

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