Fiction Writing Masterclass

Lesson 1: Getting Started With Fiction Writing

This week we’ll cover ideation, the importance of a writer’s notebook, how to create a writing routine, and overcoming imposter syndrome.

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This is the first lesson in an 8-part series on writing fiction. It has been designed

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English Literature & Creative Writing Grad. MWC Semi-Finalist. Former Editor @ The Startup. Helping You Write Fiction Like A Pro. Off-Grid — Back in August.

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Elizabeth Dawber

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English Literature & Creative Writing Grad. MWC Semi-Finalist. Former Editor @ The Startup. Helping You Write Fiction Like A Pro. Off-Grid — Back in August.

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