Learning Curve

Just to shake things up a bit, I’ve decided to do a masterclass online with Neil Gaiman. He is a writer I admire, with a lush writing style. And I’ve saved a bit of money by not going anywhere…

If you’re snoozing, you’re losing. I don’t think a writer can ever say there is nothing new to learn. I’ll report back on what I’m learning … without giving away Mr Gaiman’s hard work. My favourite gold nugget for getting a story started: “Let me tell you what happened to me.” It’s immediate, and already you’ve made a connection with the reader. The answer will be different for every storyteller.

MAGIC!

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Filed under Craft, Education, Inspiration, Neil Gaiman, Writing Career, Writing Style

2 responses to “Learning Curve

  1. wordbubbles

    I want to do his class so much. Looking forward to hearing how you enjoy it xo

  2. I’m interested to hear how this goes!

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