Novel Writing

Novel WritingCCOM 1122

For beginners and advanced writers alike, this course is for anyone dreaming of (or struggling with) finally getting that novel written. Whether you're plotting your outline or polishing that final draft, this course will offer an intensive workshop environment with the focus on breaking down the barriers to completing your novel.

Writing will be the class focus, with a strong emphasis on sharing constructive feedback. Discussion topics will include, but not be limited to, narrative structure, character, plotting and pacing, and of course publishing.

Instructor: Terry Armstrong
Time:
6:30 – 8:30 pm
Dates: (FALL) Thursdays, September 28 - November 16, 2017 (8 weeks)
                (WINTER) Thursdays, January 25 - March 22, 2018 (8 weeks)
Location:  Rm 307, Carleton Hall, 19 MacAulay Lane, UNB Fredericton Campus (click here for campus map)
Course fee: $155 (+ HST)

About the Instructor: Terry Armstrong (writing as Cary Caffrey) is the author of two best selling science-fiction novels, The Girls from Alcyone, and its sequel, The Machines of Bellatrix. Terry studied at Concordia University in Montreal, as well as the University of British Columbia, earning a BA and MFA in Creative Writing. After witnessing the eBook revolution, Terry made the leap into ePublishing. Now, he's on a mission into the wild world of Indy Publishing. For more information please visit Terry at carycaffrey.com.

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