Write Your Novel
A six-month creative writing course to support you as you write your novel.
Entry points at the start of Part 1 & 2 of this online course so you can commit to as much as feels good for you.
When is the next course happening?
Part 1 Tues Jan 11th – Tues April 5th | 7-8:30pm
Part 2 Tues April 26th – July 12th | 7-8:30pm
What is it?
An online, real-time course with craft workshops, feedback sessions and close reading of literary texts.
This course is delivered in two 12-week parts. You are welcome to leap in for Part 1 starting in Jan 2022 or for Part 2, starting in April.
Alternatively, you can just go for it and sign up for the full course.
You can expect:
inspiring writers’ craft sessions on character development, literary language, plotting and more
small dedicated peer feedback pods
a supportive open mic space to share your work with others
a friendly, determined and courageous team of writers to work with
support with sending your work out to agents and competitions
guidance from award winning writer, literature geek and NLP coach, Alison Powell.
You can expect a maximum of 20 people on this course and there will be chances for paired and small group activities, plus opportunities to share writing experiences with others.
Whole course: £849
Separate parts: £449
Who is it for?
anyone who has always wanted to write a novel but has struggled to find the time
writers with an idea for a book that needs a little nurturing to set it free
writers with a first draft ready to take to the next stage
people who can work more effectively when they have a deadline
writers who want to work with like-minded folk.
Exclusive access to a private online WriteClub community where you can chat, celebrate your wins and share writing opportunities
Goal tracker calendars to download
Access to The Monday Morning Goalsetter and The Monday Night Write for the duration of the course.
Chance to work with an inspiring team of writers.
"Al puts everyone at ease in the Zoom room. She is considerate and attentive to those who attend her classes. The classes are always well organised, engaging and creative. She incorporates different types of exercises (role-play, freewriting, drawing) into the workshops to get your creativity flowing."