Creative Writing for Creative People: Beginners

Creative Writing for Creative People: Beginners

Sarah Dobbs / Apr 04, 2020

Creative Writing for Creative People Beginners Dr Sarah Dobbs is a lecturer in English and Creative Writing She has taught at a variety of universities including the University of Manchester Lancaster University Edge Hill and The Open University

  • Title: Creative Writing for Creative People: Beginners
  • Author: Sarah Dobbs
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 483
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dr Sarah Dobbs is a lecturer in English and Creative Writing She has taught at a variety of universities including the University of Manchester, Lancaster University, Edge Hill and The Open University Creative Writing for Creative People Beginners has been compiled from Sarah s experience of teaching Creative Writing over a number of years If you ve ever wanted to wriDr Sarah Dobbs is a lecturer in English and Creative Writing She has taught at a variety of universities including the University of Manchester, Lancaster University, Edge Hill and The Open University Creative Writing for Creative People Beginners has been compiled from Sarah s experience of teaching Creative Writing over a number of years If you ve ever wanted to write, this book is for you This guide is an easy to follow ten week course that was designed to help you gain experience in character, plot, script, dialogue and lifewriting Exercises are supplemented by tips from writers Muli Amaye, Mark Ellis and Cath Nichols Readings are included to encourage you to develop by analysing the work of contemporary writers.

    • Best Download [Sarah Dobbs] ✓ Creative Writing for Creative People: Beginners || [Philosophy Book] PDF ☆
      483 Sarah Dobbs
    • thumbnail Title: Best Download [Sarah Dobbs] ✓ Creative Writing for Creative People: Beginners || [Philosophy Book] PDF ☆
      Posted by:Sarah Dobbs
      Published :2020-01-27T05:04:33+00:00

    About "Sarah Dobbs"

      • Sarah Dobbs

        Sarah Dobbs has a PhD in Creative Writing Her novel Killing Daniel was published by Unthank Books in November 2012 Previous work has been broadcast on the BBC, read at Bolton Octagon and published by SWAMP, NAWE and Flax She is co authoring a text book for Anthem Press and is also co founder of Creative Writing the Artists s Way Her short story Hachiko was recently nominated for a Pushcart Prize.Praise for Killing Daniel Shock and Circumstance by Max Dunbar 3AM MagazineThis is a very dark and frightening novel, told in short chapters and brief sentences, that pass like the shivers of bad dreams.Crime Fiction Lover Marina SofiaThis book starts off with a bang one of the most gripping opening chapters I ve read in a while It captures perfectly that sense of nightmare ish unease and fear which the two main protagonists experience throughout the book Dark, overcast, the sensation of drowning permeates the whole book, not just the first chapter.A gritty, unusual thriller that will appeal to fans of both literary fiction and Japanese noir I hope that Sarah Dobbs will continue to write in this vein.Doctors of Fiction Book Oxygen by Dr Cath NicholsThere is literary depth in the novel s portrayals of Fleur, the heroine in Britain, and Chinatsu in Japan Both women have unusual relationships with men and their sex lives are an important part of the narrative prostitution and sado masochism enter the mix.A gripping read that has real emotional depth.Lancashire Writing Hub John RutterSomewhere between the contrasting cultures there is another space, that uncertain place where hopes and dreams and the real world meet, a place where a memory might be imagined or idealised If you enjoy complex and interesting literary fiction that asks questions about the human condition or if you just want to read a cracking thriller, then read Killing Daniel A Lover of BooksThis is a superbly written book It is fast paced and very gripping Within the first few pages I was hooked and when I wasn t reading it I found myself thinking about the characters and the storyline I couldn t wait to find out what happened next Our Book ReviewsDobbs creates complex characters in whom the reader can believe and whose pain the reader shares a thought provoking debut novel.An absorbing literary thriller Killing Daniel is a beautifully written, exciting book The story takes place in parallel worlds Tokyo and Manchester and Dobbs handles the shifts in time and geography with skill and precision Her prose is beautiful and pacey I stayed up past midnight to read the final chapters and, as the book hurtled toward its dramatic close, Novel StuffPerhaps the most rewarding aspect of Killing Daniel is Dobbs engagement with her themes communication, memory, and femininity This novel appears to have been written for a PhD in creative writing, so one might expect a cerebral aspect to the book, but Dobbs pulls it off with aplomb, and never at the expense of readability.Clover Hill Book ReviewsKilling Daniel unflinchingly tackles gritty issues such as domestic violence, child abuse, morality and murder, as well as life choices, relationships and friendships.Praise or Hachiko in Unthology 3Bookmunch by Fran SlaterSarah Dobbs s Hachiko occurs in a Japan recovering from the recent tsunami The protagonist is a young man whose girlfriend was working in the Fukushima Nuclear Plant that was at the centre of the natural disaster, and the story unfolds as he considers a recent adulterous tryst whilst he waits to hear news of her safety This story plays with ideas of guilt and grief, and highlights the way feelings for a person can alter when it seems they have suddenly been taken away.I ll be surprised if I read a better anthology all year.Rum and ReviewsSarah Dobbs and Mischa Hiller offer two compact tales, Hachiko and


    365 Comments

    Leave a Reply