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October 19,  2015

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Writing the Thriller Novel
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Writers Digest University
Writing the Thriller Novel with William Bernhardt is this week's featured workshop. Library Journal has called instructor Bernhardt the "master of the courtroom drama." The class is for writers who want to learn how to create a structure that builds on itself and pulls the reader along. The course is also for those who want to learn the subtleties of viewpoint. You'll begin by setting up your story and creating a foundation ripe for conflict. Momentum building scenes and the use of dialogue in action filled scenes will be reviewed. The importance of creating a bond between the protagonist and the reader will be covered. In the end, you'll learn how far your character will go to prevent his death and how to leave the reader with an emotionally satisfying experience. 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 22nd and costs $399.99.

In the Writing the Thriller Novel Workshop you will have the opportunity to send story ideas for instructor review, write an outline, submit the first four pages of your book, write a scene in which dialogue plays a major part, write an action scene, write a a scene that uses emotional conflict, and write a scene showing your mastery of conflict and suspense. Learn from a published author who will provide you with unbiased feedback to your writing.

"Draw it out. Make the reader wait for any semblance of resolution. Keep them on the edge of their seats."

  ~ William Bernhardt

A former student said, "I learned a lot in this course!' Another student said, "It was very helpful." Learn insider tips to writing a suspense filled novel.

Develop your Thriller Novel. The course system is open 24 hours a day and there is no scheduled time to meet. You can work on your own time. Writers from all over the world are welcome!

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Writing the Thriller Novel
with William Bernhardt

William Bernhardt is the bestselling author of more than forty books, including the blockbuster Ben Kincaid series of novels, the historical novel Nemesis: The Final Case of Eliot Ness, currently being adapted into an NBC miniseries, a book of poetry (The White Bird), and a series of books on fiction writing. His novels explore politics, power, ambition, crime, and the law. He has sold more than 10 million books in several different countries throughout the world.

Bernhardt is the only writer to have received the Southern Writers Guild’s Gold Medal Award, the Royden B. Davis Distinguished Author Award (University of Pennsylvania) and the H. Louise Cobb Distinguished Author Award (Oklahoma State), which is given “in recognition of an outstanding body of work that has profoundly influenced the way in which we understand ourselves and American society at large.”



Starting October 22nd
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Writing the Thriller Novel

Fundamentals of Fiction

Creativity and Expression


Writing the Memoir 101


The Art of Storytelling 102: Showing vs. Telling


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Starting October 29th
Blogging 101

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Professional Copyediting

Writing the Romance Novel


Form and Composition


Writing the Middle Grade Novel


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