Course Description
Using vivid description, weaving people and facts into a page-turning story, or presenting non-fiction in an entertaining and informative way are all elements of successful non-fiction books. Take your story or re-create a real event or person�s story into a marketable book-length work. Genres include personal interest stories, historical events, how-to books, biographies and autobiographies, ghostwriting another person�s story and a wide range of technical and business books.
Course Objectives
  1. Learn interviewing techniques.
  2. Recreate dramatic scenes through plotting, dialogue and description.
  3. Bring the stories of real people to life for readers of any age.
  4. Inspire, captivate and encourage others through words.
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