Finding Your Writing Voice: How to Express Your Unique Self in Your Work

Jennifer Keishin Armstrong, Writer @ Entertainment Weekly, BBC Culture + more

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4 Lessons (37m)
    • 1. Unit 1: Welcome to Class

    • 2. Unit 2 Pop Stars, Literary Lights, and You

    • 3. Unit 3: Project Demonstration

    • 4. Unit 4: Final Inspirations

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40 of 47 students recommend this class
Her advice and instruction is very succinct. I would say she reminded me of something I once knew, and forgot. I won't forget it again.
Maria Rita Foti

Always Inspired

Great class for the people who have yet to define themselves as writers. Contains great exercises to decide upon what kind of person are you as a writer.