April 4th 2020: BONUS: Currently MasterClass is offering a two for one deal: Buy One – Share One Free. This means if you buy an All-Access Pass, you receive another one to gift to a friend 🙂 The latest fare of MasterClass (in the writing arena) is Margaret Atwood’s Creative Writing Class. As soon as I saw it I knew I had to have it. In this class,
From The Blog
With everything that is currently going on in the world, I just wanted to remind you about a wonderful writing resource available out there. They currently have an offer on, to support us during Covid-19. Buy an All-Access Pass and get one free for a friend 🙂 So, MasterClass… This is definitely a resource you want to check out if you are an aspiring writer or even a published author.
This month I wanted to focus on the fantasy theme to support the release of my 500 Fantasy Writing Prompt book. So, here are 30 Epic Fantasy Story Ideas to get you started 🙂 As always, there are no rules in writing with writing prompts, but if you’d like some guidelines, here are a few: Choose a prompt that interests you or causes you a strong emotion.
Recent Writing Resource Reviews
Today, I bring you another wonderful article from Australian writer, Thomas Gregory. He’s been taking the James Patterson writing class from MasterClass, and has written me this piece on it. I hope you like it as much as I did. I was a little on the fence about taking the James Patterson MasterClass, but Thomas has convinced me; Patterson has a lot to offer.
Holly Lisle’s free flash fiction writing class is one of the best free classes I’ve ever taken. In this short writing class, she gives you a method where you can create flash fiction short stories very quickly; over a period of three weeks. The three weeks are broken into the three steps of crafting short fiction. This was my introduction to Holly’s Writing Classes, it was the first