My Guest post is now live!!!! 🙂
Please go and convince Sue to enrol on a course lol 😉
A huge thank you to Sue for inviting me onto her blog today… I don’t think she realised that when I’m enthusiastic about something, I can ramble for hours!
So Sue’s asked me to convince her of the merits of creative writing courses, classes and workshops. I’m hoping that by the time she reads this she’ll be enrolling on everything she comes across.
My first experience of ‘creative writing’ was a baptism of fire. I decided (through madness or stupidity, I still don’t know which) to accompany a friend to a course at our local Adult Education centre. I hadn’t written any fiction since leaving school, although I had been journal writing for several years. That was exactly 2 years ago this month, and it was one of the best decisions of my life! I’ll be honest; the course itself was a little boring. I found myself nodding off in several sessions! But somehow, through all the yawning something clicked. Something happened…
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Hi Vicki! Great article. I haven’t taken the time or initiative to try any kind of writing course and think I would be dumbstruck at on-the-spot exercises but I do think a course would be a valuable experience that I would LOVE to try. Maybe I will! 🙂
Hi Stacy 🙂
Oh, I often go blank when I’m given a writing exercise, but, not ALL the time 😉
Go for it!!!!!! 🙂
Excellent article, Vikki. Iv’e never been on a writing course – looks like I should book myself in some time 🙂
Thanks Dianne 🙂
Well, as you can see, I HIGHLY recommend it 🙂 there is always so much to learn!