Start Writing Your Novel


The first class of my new novel course, Novel Writing I: How to Start Writing Your Novel, was held last night at George Brown College.

Novel Writing I is a change for me. I usually teach Novel Writing II, a more advanced level, but I’m filling in for instructor Rob Brunet this semester. Every Tuesday evening until the end of March, 6:30-9:30 p.m., at George Brown’s St. James Campus, 200 King Street East, Toronto.

The current class is a small one, which will give us plenty of opportunity to critique writers’ works-in-progress over the next 11 weeks. Students should be well into their novels by the end of the course, and ready to hit the ground running in Novel II.

The first class has come and gone, but it’s not too late to register. You can sign up online here. You’ll see that Rob Brunet is listed as the instructor, but pay that no mind. I’ll be manning the ship through March 26.

And check out Novel Writing II, which runs Tuesdays April 9 through June 25.

 

 

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About rosemarymccracken

Rosemary McCracken is a Toronto-based journalist and fiction writer.
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