Tired Of Being Told To ...Go Deeper?
Tired Of Being Told Your Writing Has Lots Of Action But No Emotion?
This is a crazy time and many of us are looking for a silver-lining, we’re looking to make use of the extra time at home to learn something new or better our skills. So many are facing uncertain financial times, so I’ve taken the most-watched unit of my popular 5 week masterclass on writing in deep point of view (there are four units in the full course) and am offering it as a more-affordable stand-alone course.
This is a special offer in response to the global stay-at-home orders. This is the most-watched and engaged-with unit from the longer 5 week masterclass on Deep POV that opens only 2 or 3 times a year. You will have access to the course for six months, but the feedback on your homework is only available for the longer 5 week course.
This short course is a deep dive into writing emotions in layers. You can use this layering technique for your entire novel or save it for key scenes where you’re looking to deliver an emotional gut-punch for readers.
Writing emotions in layers isn’t a template or an outline to follow. There’s no quick formula. Rather, what this short e-course does is break down complex and convoluted emotions into bite-size pieces that are easier to understand, get curious about, and assemble strategically for specific effect.
Because everyone learns just a little bit differently, lessons are available to read, to listen/watch, and have exercises to help you practise and apply the lessons.
Each lesson is available online (from any device connected to the internet), the option to download the PDF of each lesson, a video of each lesson with additional learning, and exercises to help you learn to apply what you've learned.
Writing emotions in layers will help you not only create emotional connections for readers, but get curious about and understand on a deeper level what your character is experiencing and be able to capture that in an immersive way. This is a big part of the strategy behind deep point of view.
The goal of writing emotions this way is to create an emotional connection with readers that forces them to keep turning the page and cheering for your characters.
This module contains six lessons on writing emotions in layers: