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  1. I have a young cousin who loves fantasy novels. I’ve been sending her information on writing, and your suggestions, how-to tips are invaluable. Thank you so much!
    Jan Little

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  3. Thank you Holly! I am a novice writer and have been devouring those courses of yours that are available on Kindle (in between devouring your novels).
    Your insights, examples and humour have made my journey so far well worth it!

    One day when I am a “grown up” writer, I might be able to afford your live courses.
    Until then, your generosity of spirit in sharing your wisdom in other ways is keeping me going.

    Thanks again!

  4. Thank you, Holly. I have loved your teaching ever since the first Mugging Your Muse, but How to Think Sideways was the very first writing class that taught me how to recognize and work the actual ‘nuts and bolts’ of writing! I can’t buy How to Write a Novel right now, but this sampler will be very helpful. Just the fact you give away so much of your teaching speaks many volumes.

  5. Thanks, Holly. I’ve read through these sample pages and found them to be very useful. I’m sure when combined with the work sheets this will be an excellent course.

    • The full lessons run twenty to thirty pages on average (with just a couple of doorstops running past that so far), so these really are small samples.

      The worksheets break every lesson into smaller, single steps that can be mastered quickly with practice.

  6. I’ve written 9 Amazon Bestselling espionage technothrillers, and Holly, you taught me much of what I use in my books. Thank you. This course’s handhout is a reminder of what I now do in my books.

    – DS Kane, author of the Spies Lie series (Bloodridge, DeathByte, Swiftshadow, GrayNet, Baksheesh, ProxyWar, CypherGhost, MindField and brAInbender)

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