Let's get the over-70's writing during their period of isolation and make something good and of lasting value emerge from these dark days.
At The Novelry we are offering a 50% reduction in prices of our fully online creative writing courses to the over-70's in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. The courses take 12 weeks and guide writers step-by-step through the creation and completion of their books.
If you or someone you love has a book in them, this might be the time to get it done.
The Seniors Program Online Creative Writing Course
The Novelry has been voted 'the best course' to write your novel by The Bookfox and has an 'excellent' rating on Trustpilot and many five star reviews and testimonials. We offer all newcomers a free live online welcome chat with Booker longlisted author and course director Louise Dean.
In 2018, Susie Bower joined The Novelry and asked if she was 'too old' to write a novel, in her sixties. Her tutor at The Novelry gave her a firm no to that! Susie took the Classic Course to find her story, then wrote it with The Ninety Day Novel Course revising it with our Editing Course. In February 2019 Louise pitched her novel to our literary agency friends Peters, Fraser + Dunlop on Susie's behalf, and they agreed to represent her. Susie's book 'School for Nobodies' is being published in May by Pushkin Press.
We are standing by at The Novelry to give writers our full support during the coming months.
Please spread the word and let's use this time to capture the stories our beloved older friends and relatives would like to tell. Writing a book is a wonderful activity with a true sense of purpose, and the product of their time will be priceless. Not to mention that those joining us will enjoy the round-the-clock support and friendship of a worldwide community of writers of all ages.
All the best to you and yours,
Founder The Novelry
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