This course provides over 100 sentence beginnings to aid the writer to create new stories, three daily for five weeks. At the end of each week, there is a related writing tip with other guidance along the way.
Explained in clear, simple language with audio, together with the words on the screen, the videos can be paused at any time. The slides are available to download along with other support materials.
The course is structured over nine lectures (of between two and five minutes' duration) with an introduction, explanation of points of view, tenses and week-by-week prompts and tips, concluding in the final lecture.
Suitable for writers of any age and experience with support from, and contact details for, the tutor.
Hello. I'm Morgen With An E, a writer for over ten years (although I do remember writing a story about an ampersand when young and dabbling with limericks in my 20s, and I've always had my head in a book; formerly Stephen King but my tastes have softened somewhat… to crime and humour). Apart from killing people on paper, I also blog, am a freelance editor, and tutor for Northamptonshire County Council's Adult Learning team providing evening / Saturday creative writing and I.T. classes to the general public aged 19+.
There are but currently only in eBook form. The $50 and $100 options include this as part of the package but it can be purchased separately - details on https://morgenbailey.wordpress.com/books-mine/writers-block-workbooks.
There is currently just one other volume. It's entitled ...Volume 1 Month 1 and contains three sentences starts per day for five weeks, with a tip (different to those in this course) at the end of each week. Morgen does plan to create other volumes and would love to hear from you with what you would like to see.
This is a very new online course so has just three (five-star) reviews yet but the latest reads, "With 3 sentence starters per day for more than 31 days, Morgen provides ample creative kindling. I like how the course is divided up by week and provides all the prompts in slide form. I can refer to the slides each day keeping the whole process digital. Morgen also gives a good refresher on the basic, foundational forms of writing and story development. This is a good course to take not only for writers block but also for a defense against writing-avoidance excuses. I look forward to Morgen's other course offerings."