Neil Gaiman to Teach His First Masterclass in 2019

By December 12, 2018 News, On Writing

If you’re interested in creative writing then we have some fantastic news for you today. Neil Gaiman has recently announced that he is to teach his first Masterclass in early 2019 and you can buy an all-access pass now!

Gaiman promises a year of learning, where you can discover creative writing skills from some of the best in the field!

Authors such as Gaiman, Dan Brown, Malcolm Gladwell, James Patterson, Margaret Atwood, Judy Blume and others have agreed to be part of the masterclass, offering online classes to those who subscribe and sign up to the classes.

If you’d like to be part of this fantastic opportunity then you’ll need to visit the masterclass website and join the waitlist. This way you’ll be the first to know when Neil’s class goes live!

It’s not just writing either, the masterclass has signed up various well known figures all to teach their skills to you, so whether you’re interested in adventure photography, wine appreciation, or cooking restaurant quality meals at home, we’d recommend you visit the website today and learn what the masterclass offers.

We’re just here for Neil!

Neil Gaiman to Teach His First Masterclass in 2019

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If you’re interested in creative writing then we have some fantastic news for you today. Neil Gaiman has recently announced that he is to teach his first Masterclass in early 2019 and you can buy an all-access pass now!

Gaiman promises a year of learning, where you can discover creative writing skills from some of the best in the field!
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9 Tips to Start Writing Your Creative Journal

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Do you know what the best asset a person has? It’s his mind!

We keep almost everything inside it, and we only put the real important details on paper. Doing so, we lose track of so many important things. But what to do if you have ideas bouncing around your head, and it feels overwhelming?

It’s better to write them down! Make a journal and get your ideas in one safe place. Following we will show you how to do it!

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Two authors hilariously take down classic horror tropes

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Horror trope classics like a masked killer, groups of teens being slaughtered, and an almost guaranteed sequel, are great fun but easily mocked for their predictiveness. Writers Sam Sykes and Chuck Wendig explored a few of those tired horror clichés in an inspired and hilarious way, and the Twitter thread is still, over a year later, entertaining all who stumble across it.

If you are one of the lucky few who have yet to see the magic unfold, here it is in all its glory.

Don’t forget to follow Sam and Chuck on Twitter to enjoy their wit firsthand.

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10 examples of how the English language trolls us

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The English language has been trying to trick us for centuries. Homophones are not necessarily homographs, and vice versa.  We steal words from other languages, alter some, inexplicably keep others unchanged. It is a wonderful process that ends up with a language that bamboozles and baffles those attempting to learn English as a second (or third or fourth) language.

To be perfectly honest it confounds even native English speakers at times.

Here are 15 examples of when the English language has trolled us very cleverly indeed.

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£2m Revamp Complete for National Centre for Writing

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The National Centre for writing relaunches in Norwich this week following a £2 million revamp for the historic Dragon Hall. It was previously known as the Writers’ Centre, Norwich but now the facility is to be a “Physical and digital space to explore the artistic and social power of creative writing, and support the creation and enjoyment of world literature” according to a spokesman interviewed by The Bookseller this week.

Parts of the historic Dragon Hall date back to 1430, meaning any renovations had to be sympathetic. The project was given the go ahead back in 2016 and was backed by a number of high profile patrons including Margaret Atwood, Ali Smith, Elif Shafak, J. M Coetzee, and Sarah Perry.
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