You’ll have Doctor Who for homework!!!
Here’s what I’m offering at Bellevue College in the Spring (Registration probably begins in March):
Geek Fiction Writing
This course analyzes popular sci-fi,
I don’t know about you, but after years of writing, I notice that I get into a stylistic rut. As I have mentioned before on this blog,
I list these to educate and enlighten: Don’t be that guy.
1) “You should find something else to supplement that–like math!”–
And here’s what to do if you find yourself in such a situation:
A) If you are the wizard
…and teen non-writers deserve them, too.
Teens have taught me a bunch about writing over the last couple of decades–both the teens who have already written five novels and the ones who would rather scrub under the refrigerator than pick up a pen.
Sabrina Lowney, who is one of my TEENWriters wrote this, and I just had to share.
Sparkly vampires are actually kind of genius.
Britta at I Like These Books is a teenage blogger and one of the contributors to Spoiler Alert (The Book Recap). When she’s not reading or blogging,