Whether you want to reboot your creative writing mojo or you're a complete beginner looking to get off the starting blocks with short story or flash fiction writing - this bootcamp is for you.
Over five steps, in just 20 minutes a session, you'll have a 600-word short story you're proud of.
In fact, we're so sure that you'll love this plan that we offer a full money back guarantee. If you're not happy with the plan or the story you produce at the end - we'll give you a full refund.
So what do you learn over five steps?
With our 5-Step Flash Fiction Bootcamp, you get a structured coaching plan which helps you conceive and complete a 600 word story in five easy lessons.
The first two steps are all about preparing you to write. We encourage you to imagine and plan your story and we've curated a 5-Step Flash Fiction inspiration library of picture prompts to get you off the starting blocks.
As a quick taster, the library's here. Exciting!
Once you have your idea, you'll be led through the actual writing of the story in three parts – beginning, middle and end – and you’ll aim for a word count of 200 words for each part.
You'll consider character, plot and dialogue and by the end, you’ll have completed a 600 word story – an example of what is often called ‘flash’ or ‘micro’ fiction.
How long does it take?
The plan is achievable even if you have very limited time. Even 20 minutes a session will allow you to get your ideas down on paper and to start writing.You might choose to set a timer.
This can help focus on the writing process, and also helps to keep at bay any critical voice that tells you the writing isn’t good enough.
So, stop delaying and start writing!
Kickstart your creative writing, find a rewarding new hobby or just blow away the cobwebs!
Take the Flash Fiction Bootcamp today and remember, if you're not happy with the course or you're not delighted with with the results, you can have your money back - guaranteed.
What people are saying about this amazing course:
Rachel Connor is a novelist, BBC Radio 4 dramatist and prize-winning short story writer. Her most recently published story 'How to Curate a Life' won the international Storgy short story prize and is published in the anthology EXIT EARTH.
She's also course director at Leeds Beckett University, UK where she oversees undergraduate and postgraduate courses in creative writing.