At Home Pro Writers school is growing. There have been a lot of new writers joining the classes, and to accommodate the growth, there’s a new class available for pre-enrollment and more cooking!
If you’ve been following and reading this blog for a while, you’ll know I love writing about and discussing scene work. Scenes are the frames that tell our stories. One missing scene or a misplaced scene can throw off the whole dynamic of a story. While the articles I’ve written previously are an excellent resource for writers, many writers still had a lot of questions surrounding scenes and wanted to do more intensive work to truly get to know how to use a scene in a work of fiction.
So, I’m releasing a sort of introductory-push-past-the-basics course for writers. Learn everything there is to know about the basics of scene work in Scene Crafting 101. The scene crafting course is for writers who want to further their knowledge of scenes by actively studying and working on them in a self-paced online setting.
Scene Crafting 101 is unlike my other masterclasses. Instead of spending lecture after lecture on all the information writers need to know. I get into the basics in a short, quick introductory course a writer could do in a day and leave with resources, skills, and knowledge to level up their writing. We’ll go over everything from a scene’s functioning parts to types of scenes and how to order them within your story for maximum effect.