Fiction writing is creating a whole parallel universe to explore featuring a bunch of characters and a plot to get completely lost in.
Nothing beats that exhilarating feeling of having someone read and enjoy a story that you were responsible for creating.
Our fiction writing course at Stonebridge is multi-faceted and will teach you how to learn this exciting craft and polish your skills to perfection.
Whether you’re serious about becoming a writer and aspiring to get published, or this is just a hobby, then our courses are well worth checking out.
There’s also the chance to specialise in writing fiction of a specific style or genre, as such as historical fiction writing, writing for children, writing short stories, crime writing and even romantic fiction writing.
Romantic Fiction Writing
Romantic fiction offers the ultimate form of escapism and fantasy. It’s undoubtedly one of the most popular genres in the world and is read by millions everyday. The idea of being someone who creates something that entertains thousands of women everywhere is so exciting.
If you fancy potentially becoming the next Nora Roberts, then our romantic fiction writing course will be right up your street. The course will teach you all the necessary techniques as such as character development, creating compelling dialogue as well as creating tension and suspense.
Are you a huge fan of hit TV crime dramas such as Silent Witness and Waking the Dead? Were you ever a fan of the writing of Agatha Christie at some point in your life? If the answer’s yes, then you’ll absolutely love our crime writing course. You’ll get to learn how to write a cracking piece of detective, mystery and crime fiction.
Our in-depth course will teach you all you need to know when you come to writing your potential bestseller or even cult classic. You’ll learn about researching police reports, forensic techniques, crime scenes and how to make your story intriguing and believable. You could then be one step closer to seeing your work start from inception through to fruition.
What is your favourite genre of fiction? Do you enjoy writing? Please let us know below…