Find Your Voice As A Writer
Are you guilty of spending more time talking about your writing, than actually sitting down and putting words to paper?
If you find it difficult to start writing, not sure what medium to write for, or what to write, this motivational and inspirational and introspective course will empower you with the write skills.
Writing your story begins with you, it is a passionate journey of sharing what you want to express to the world, letting passion fuel inspiration. This wonderful circle of creativity constantly feeds you as a storyteller and balances your left-brain logic and right brain creativeness.
What you write reflects the uniqueness of your humaneness and what you need to express about humanity and the human condition.
At the end of The Write Voice you will understand the principles of storytelling, what it takes to be a writer, and craft the first pages of your story.
Your writing coach Daniel Dercksen will guide you in taking your first step in the write direction with The Write Voice
The Write Voice is a soulful journey into the mindscape of writing, into the world of the writer, into the craft of writing, and ultimately into the art of storytelling
The Write Voice explores the writing process and deconstructs writing fiction, non-fiction and journalism.
The Write Voice inspires you to get in touch with your creative self, find your purpose in writing and explore the endless possibilities you have to tell your story.
The Write Voice is ideal for first-time writers who would like to define their writing skills and also recommended for seasoned writers who are trapped in the web of re-writes and unfinished projects or lost in the maze of the daunting writing process.
Your “writer’s voice” is about writing style. It is what makes you authentic, original, and different from other writers. It is the voice you use to write a poem, personal essay, short story, novel, screenplay, stage play or television series. It’s a voice that speaks to readers and audiences.
“Thanks for being the catalyst and guide in my life story. It was an amazing journey. I’ve emerged seeing the world differently. Full of voices, ideas, characters, and stories. From feeling uninspired and lazy, I now find that I can’t turn off my brain. I have many new tools to use to explore, practice and hone my writing. From practical suggestions on how to develop and organise ideas, to structuring a story so that it reads like music, I have come away excited, inspired and raring to write.”
Ruth Tearle, strategy and change management consultant, a trainer and a motivational speaker, who is the author of “Blackboards, Bubbles & Cappuccinos, ““Ride the Wild Tiger” and “Mastering Personal Change” www.ruthtearle.com
“If I did this course it some five or ten years ago, so many things would have changed in my career, as well as life in general.
Elelwani Ramaite-Mafadza, a lecturer at the University of Venda, as well as a researcher in the Indigenous Music and Oral History Project and involved in the CUPP project which is a project involved in rural development