AUTHOR SALON MASTER COURSES - I AND II
Outline of Commercial Fiction and Narrative Nonfiction Course Work - All Genres
Links: Author Salon Profile Guide AS Craft Guides The Six Act Two-Goal Novel
Who Should Consider These Courses?
If you are a fiction or narrative non-fiction writer wishing to enhance your skills and knowledge base before entering Author Salon as a member, or simply a writer who will benefit from two extremely competitive and reasonably priced courses designed to make your goal of becoming a commercial author far more realizable, these courses are for you.
What is The Nature of Them?
Author Salon has created two comprehensive courses that consist of a series of technique and craft studies, as well as assignments and exercises related to the art of storytelling and novel-length fiction that will greatly assist you in making your project far more competitive from a standpoint of marketable story premise, plot point and reversal, narrative style technique, character development, and more. These courses are designed to be extremely competitive, our subject matter and technique studies rather like the best of Bennington MFA meets the best of Gotham Writers Online. And as a plus, we don't string you on and on for years, or through a long series of chopped classes, but give you access to pragmatic knowledge and craft you must comprehend and apply in order to realistically approach the act of becoming a published commercial author.
If you wish to take the courses as prep for Author Salon membership, you will be able to build your AS PROJECT PROFILE during the act of taking the course.
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