Novel & Script Writing Program

10-Month First Draft – Novel & Script

The first draft course is a pre-requisite for the other novel and scriptwriting courses. It is a fluid and flexible process where you follow a step-by-step process and complete your first draft in 10 months.

8-Month Second Draft – Novel & Script – Online

The next step after our First Draft course is the 8-Month Novel & Script Second Draft course. This course provides a step-by-step process that allows you to work through the re-envisioning and re-structuring of your first draft. By its very nature, you can only go so deep in a first draft. The systematic process of the Second Draft adds more layers, more complexity and greater depth so that your story works dramatically and logically from beginning to end.

Most people totally transform their stories in this course, taking them to a whole new level when they get the action, character arc and theme all working together. You can expect at least a 200 per cent improvement from your first draft with your personal online tutor.

For online novel writers, the next step after your Second Draft course is the Third Draft – Novel course. Screenwriters go to straight to Third Draft Screenwriting.

7-Month Third Draft – Novel & Script – Online

This course is where you focus on the writing and learn the art and craft of re-writing and editing. It is where all the hard work in the First and Second Draft courses starts to pay off as you see your writing come alive on the page, an extremely satisfying part of the process.

10-Month Third Draft Part 2 – Novel & Script – Online

This ten-month course is where you work with a professional editor getting your novel to a publishable standard. In this Part 2 course you will receive feedback on 5,000 words every two months, culminating in submitting 20,000 words.

Beyond First Draft - Online

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