Hello, lovely people!
So, tonight, I have something I’m more than tickled to share! (Sorry, but it’s not the big news you’ve all been waiting for.)
As of yesterday, I have started taking Neil Gaiman’s writing course on Masterclass… Y’all. This class is AMAZING! If you’re not new to my blog, then you already know how much I LOVE Neil Gaiman. And his class is worth every penny!
I’m only a quarter of the way through his entire course, so I cannot give a full review on it. However, I can say how helpful it is.
Watching his lessons, it actually feels like he is sitting right there in front of you, offering you genuine advice. Not only does he offer useful tips, but he speaks so warmly into the camera, and he makes the experience very personal and endearing. You can literally feel his kind nature in his voice, and he seems to genuinely care about you as a student, and moreover, as a writer.
Unfortunately, I cannot give too many details because I don’t want to ruin it for any of you who may be looking into taking his class. But fortunately, I can inform you that Neil Gaiman is a great teacher, and that I recommend his lessons!
On a completely different note, I’m pleased to say that this unspoken project I’ve mentioned a few times is coming together nicely! I’m steadily gathering my materials and making all my notes to prepare for it, so it’s coming along!
I am also in the process of writing yet ANOTHER short story, which I will most likely share within the next few days!
In conclusion, I would like you to leave you guys with a question for the next weekend event that may be coming in two weeks. During one of Neil Gaiman’s lessons, he talks about fairytales, and this has persuaded me to try my own hand at fairytale retellings. How would you guys feel about a Fairytale Weekend where I share my own versions of beloved stories about glass slippers, wicked stepmothers, fairy godmothers, and talking wolves? Let me know in the comments!
Thank you all for joining me once again!
I hope you guys have an awesome night, and remember to Keep Reading!