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What you'll get

  • Govt. Verified Certification
  • Job Credibility
  • Certification Valid for Life
  • Lifetime Access To E-learning

Exam details

  • Mode of Exam : Online
  • Duration : 1 Hour
  • Multiple Choice Questions are asked
  • No. of Questions are asked : 50
  • Passing Marks : 25 (50%)
  • There is no negative marking

Course Content

Total: 72 lectures
  • Making time to write
  • Where do you get your ideas?
  • Writing aurally and visually
  • Drawing on your own experiences
  • Looking back into your past
  • Read, read, read
  • Writing about what you know
  • Letting off steam
  • Changing work into leisure
  • Relating your life-story
  • Telling travellers’ tales
  • Finding funny moments
  • Following where your ideas lead you
  • Basing characters on real people
  • Visualising backgrounds
  • Involving yourself in your characters’ lives
  • Changing the character
  • Relating to your character
  • How would you react if they approached you?
  • Creating conflict
  • Getting a feel of place and time
  • Visiting locations
  • Imagining what it would be like to be there
  • Wearing different clothes and costumes
  • Reacting and interacting with people and surroundings
  • Feeling the heat
  • Shivering against the cold
  • Revealing emotions
  • Expressing feelings
  • Moving your characters around the room
  • Speeding and slowing the pace with vocabulary
  • Flashing back and forth in time
  • Developing a good ear
  • Acting out a situation
  • Losing your temper
  • Falling in love
  • Creating realistic accents and dialects
  • Swearing and slang
  • Writing a romance
  • Overcoming insurmountable obstacles
  • Driving fast cars and wearing fancy clothes
  • Enjoying sex and food
  • Heightening all the senses
  • Bringing the hero and heroine together
  • Historical settings
  • Introducing a note of suspense
  • Confronting the fears within
  • Contrasting normality with terror
  • Writing a murder mystery
  • Choosing a murder weapon
  • Plotting and planning
  • Twisting the tale
  • Looking to the future
  • Thinking back to your childhood
  • Looking at life through a child’s eyes
  • Playing around with ideas
  • Writing for educational markets
  • Anthropomorphising animals
  • Writing about children
  • Writing picture books
  • Seeing your work in print
  • Playwriting for your local drama group
  • Writing for established TV characters
  • Entering competitions
  • Vanity publishing
  • Self-publishing
  • Writing a synopsis
  • Presenting your manuscript
  • Approaching an editor
  • Copyrighting and syndication
  • Keeping records
  • Finding support from other writers

Description

Creative Writing is a potentially profitable work where writing doesn't need to be impressive or intimidating but this well-structured course will give you a proper guide to get started. 

This course has an informal style that will help you become more efficient in your writing style and thus will improve your skills. If you're thinking of giving a try to creative writing and want to open the door of your creativity and fine imagination, then this course is for you.

This course is perfect for the ones who are mostly occupied with other work and want to see if writing is appropriate for their career, or those who are seeking to get their writing published.

This is a relaxed and fun course which acts as a creative writing so jump into this course and get started. This course contains tips and hints which will help you to get motivation to get started with a career in creative writing.      

This course is for anyone who's looking to discover creative writing in an efficient format, Procrastinators those lacking confidence and wanting to write prose and poetry. 

Anyone who is willing to make money from creative writing via publishing can take their course.

Those who have always wanted to write but don't know where to begin, So  what are you waiting for? Join in this course now.

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