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Ten Questions for Your Character

If you're planning to do some character development this weekend, get started with these ten writing prompts

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Ten Questions for Your Character
What I Learnt From Taking My Character to Therapy

Creating a believable, compelling protagonist is one of the most important tasks when writing a novel and,

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What I Learnt From Taking My Character to Therapy
How to Write Better Dialogue Read More
How to Write Better Dialogue
Four Reasons Your POV isn’t Working Read More
Four Reasons Your POV isn’t Working
How to Write a Great Villain Read More
How to Write a Great Villain
Peter Benson Read More
Peter Benson
Fiona Cummins Read More
Fiona Cummins
Andrew Wilson Read More
Andrew Wilson

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Course Level Guide

There’s something for everyone at the Faber Academy, whether you’re a complete beginner or a seasoned writer or somewhere in between. To help you select the right course for you, this guide breaks down what the different levels mean.

Starting Out

These courses are ideal for those who are curious about writing and have little to no prior experience in the field. There are no pre-requisite for these courses – all we ask is that you come with an open mind and a keenness to learn. That’s not to say they aren’t suitable for someone with more experience, though – if you’re looking to refresh your skills or experiment with a new area of writing, you’re also welcome to enrol.

Improving

These courses are ideal for those who have some experience in writing – as a hobby, or perhaps through academic or professional work – and are looking for challenging courses to hone their skills further. These courses are also a good next step if you’ve already taken a beginners’ class but don’t feel ready to commit to an advanced course yet.

Advanced

These courses are ideal for seasoned writers who are serious about getting published. Entry to most of these courses is on an application basis and writers will usually be asked to submit samples of their work-in-progress or a past project.