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over 12 weeks
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Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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In Week One we will take a look at what the students have written and determine where they might need help. Week Two we will take a look at their characters and see what it will take to make them believable. Week three we will take a look at their settings and make sure they work with the story they are telling. Week Four we will look at character motivations and make sure they will support the story. Week Five we will take a closer look at the antagonist and the conflict in the story. Week...
The ultimate goal is to get the students to finish their first draft and start on the path to getting their books publication ready.
I have three published YA Fantasy novels; Palace of the Twelve Pillars: Book One, Palace of the Three Crosses: Book Two and Sanctuary of Nine Dragons: Book Three. She also has a woman’s Bible study Women of the Bible: A Study published. Recently the first two books in a MG Fantasy series were published, Sir E. Robert Smythe and the School Bully and Sir E. Robert Smythe and the Lost Detective with the remaining four to be published the near future.
Homework for each week will be for the student's to continue working on their books by taking a look at the subjects discussed in class.
Bring a story that you are writing along with your imagination. Be sure to have a pencil/paper and/or a computer.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
I will supply links to books and articles that will assist the students in the writing process.
Writer/Author Wanting to share the magic of writing
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
29 total reviews
86 completed classes
I want to teach young people how to tap into their natural writing abilities. I have been a writer most of my life and took several writing courses in the last seventeen years. Six books, including three Young Adult, two Middle-grade and one...