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October 5,  2015

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Advanced Novel Writing
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Advanced Novel Writing with John DeChancie is this week's featured workshop. The class is for writers who have a novel already in progress. The focus is on writing and revising your work. You'll get feedback from your instructor as well as other class members who choose to participate in the peer critique section of the class. The online course begins October 8th.

In the Advanced Novel Writing Workshop you will write 200 pages of your novel over fifteen weeks. You won’t have weekly reading assignments or lectures. Instead, you’ll get to focus solely on completing your novel. Learn from a published author who will provide you with unbiased feedback to your writing.

"I get an immense satisfaction from seeing my students improve their writing skills and go on to writing careers. On a more egotistical note, I also like showing off my extensive knowledge of the craft of writing fiction. It is still a fascinating subject to me even after many years spent in the field. I never get tired of talking about it and sharing with anyone who has the same interest."

  ~ John DeChancie

A former Advanced Novel student said, "Of all the writing instructors I’ve had, John DeChancie is my absolute favorite – a true “Goldilocks” mentor, neither too harsh nor too coddling. He doesn’t pull punches, but he can rake you over the coals and leave you laughing because of the wry sense of humor and the respect that still come through. Likewise, he’s candid with his positive remarks, letting you know what he enjoyed and what worked. I can honestly say he’s made a tremendous impact on my writing, and I recommend him wholeheartedly." John DeChancie is a favorite of many students.

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Advanced Novel Writing with John DeChancie

John DeChancie is the author of two dozen books, both fiction and nonfiction. His novels in the science fiction and fantasy genres have been attracting a wide readership for more than fifteen years, and over a million copies of his books have seen print, many in foreign languages.

John DeChancie's humorous fantasy series, beginning with Castle Perilous, became a best seller for Berkley/Ace. Booklist described John’s novel MagicNet (William Morrow) as “the fantasy genre’s whimsical answer to Neuromancer.” John’s other science fiction novels include From Prussia With Love (Prima Publishing), Masterminds of Falkenstein (Prima Publishing) and Innerverse (Avon), as well as his anthology of original fantasy short stories—Castle Fantastic (DAW Books).

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