Writing Masterclass: Habits (Strategy 8 in the Writing Masterclass Series)

Rachel Leroy, Stop Striving and Start Thriving

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9 Lessons (36m)
    • 1. Intro (Please note the whole series is broken down by one Strategy per course, not two strategies)

      5:34
    • 2. Writing Habits: Free Writing for Writer's Block Strategy 8 Technique 1

      4:32
    • 3. Writing Habits: Be Prepared Strategy 8 Technique 2

      4:40
    • 4. Writing Habits: Discover Through Writing 8 Technique 3

      4:26
    • 5. Writing Habits: Reading 8 Technique 4

      2:33
    • 6. Writing Habits: Save Ideas and Scraps Strategy 8 Technique 5

      4:13
    • 7. Writing Habits: Build Community Strategy 8 Technique 6

      6:06
    • 8. Course Conclusion

      2:06
    • 9. ClosingThoughts

      2:07
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5 of 5 students recommend this class
Wow!
Instructor is responsive to questions. Respectful. Information is dense and condensed, but also basic. My own skill level may be beyond what is taught in these videos. The instructor covers a lot of territory. Sometimes it comes across as more of an outline. I looked for examples, and didn't find them (e.g. ways to organize notes and bits of information.) I think the instructor's commitment to teaching well comes across. She invites honest criticism, and asks her students to do the same.
Thank you, Rachel, for many useful insights!