Creative Writing for Beginners: Conclusion
It is now time to sum up what you have learned after reading this module. Here in the conclusion you will see what you should have gotten and understood from each one of the lessons in this module. In summary the lessons that you have gone through in this module should have helped you understood the following:
- Lesson 1 – What is creative writing?
You should know that creative writing is writing with the use of your imagination. You should now understand the basic structure of creative writing, the skills you will need to be able to write creatively, the common problems and solutions you will face when you start on creative writing.
- Lesson 2 – Reason behind Creative Writing
By reading lesson two, you now know what creative writing can do for you and the different reasons on why you should write creatively. You should now be able to understand why you should be into creative writing, what it can teach you and how it can impact your life.
- Lesson 3 – Getting Ahead of Writers Block
This lesson has taught you what writers block is and how you can get it. It has taught you what can be some of your problems when you have writers block and how to overcome it.
- Lesson 4 – How Professional Writers Do it
This lesson has given you tips and pointers on how to become a professional writer someday. It taught you what the different types of industries you can go into when you become a professional writer, the tools that can help you in your writing and the advantages and disadvantages of being a professional writer.
- Lesson 5 – Elements of a Narrative Essay
In this lesson you should have learned what a narrative essay is and how to create one. You should know the basic structure of a narrative essay, how to write one and the advantages and disadvantages of narrative essays.
- Lesson 6 – Getting Inside Fiction Writing
This lesson has made you understand what fiction writing is. You now know the structure of fiction, how to write fiction creatively and the advantages and disadvantages when you write fiction.
- Lesson 7 – Dialogue and Conversation
By reading this lesson you now know what dialogue is and how it can help a story. You understand why writers use dialogue in their work, the basic elements when you want to write dialogue, the do’s and don’ts when creating dialogue and a few tips on how you can create a good dialogue conversation.
- Lesson 8 – How to Make your Point of View
By reading this lesson you now understand what a point of view is and its different types. You have known why writers create and use point of views, how it helps the stories and the do’s and don’ts when working with different point of views.
- Lesson 9 – Dealing with Non-fiction
In this lesson you will now have learned about what non-fiction is. You have understood the basics of non-fiction, why writers write non-fiction stories, how you can write your own non-fiction piece and the advantages and disadvantages of writing non-fiction.
- Lesson 10 – Why Write Poetry
In this lesson you must have learned about what poetry is and its basic structure. You get an idea of how poetry is connected with creative writing and the do’s and don’ts when you are writing poetry.
- Lesson 11 – A Deeper Look into Poetry
Now with this lesson you should have been able to understand the main types of poetry. You now can differentiate the various types of figures of speech and get the aid of the guidelines when you are creating your own.
- Lesson 12 – Article, Blog and Journalistic Writing
With this lesson you should now understand what article writing is, what blog writing is and what journalistic writing is. This lesson should have taught you how to write articles, blogs and journalistic pieces. And it should have also taught you the difference between writing for an online medium compared to an offline medium.
- Lesson 13 – Drama, Script and Screenplay Writing
By reading this lesson you should fully understand what drama is and how it is used when writing a script either for the movie screen or the stage. You should know by now how to write your very own script and you should also understand the advantages and disadvantages when creating a script.
- Lesson 14 – Editing is Key
This lesson should have taught you how editing works and what it is. You should now be able to understand why writers need to edit their work and how it helps them in general. It teaches you how to start editing your work and the common problems that you will encounter when editing your work.
- Lesson 15 – Making your Creativity Running
In this lesson you should have gotten tips and pointers on how to kick start your creativity and get your creative juices flowing. You should now understand what creativity is and how you can use it when writing. You will have also understood the problems that could happen when you use your creativity but with that the lesson also gives you a few exercises that you can try that can combat those creative writing problems.
- Lesson 16 – Resources of Writers
By reading this lesson you now know where you can get extra help from. The lesson helps you know the different types of resources that can help you or other writers. It also includes the benefits and problems that you could face when you use the different kinds of resources.
- Lesson 17 – Publishing your Work
This lesson should have taught you that getting your work published is the last step you will have to go through to get your story mass produced and turned into a book for the public to read. This lesson teaches you why you should publish your work, how you can publish it, the benefits if you choose to self publish and the problems you will face when you want to publish your work.
Seeing that this is the end of the module, you must now understand what creative writing is and its subtopics, you now know all that is related with creative writing. By knowing and understanding creative writing, the reasons why you should be into creative writing, how you can get ahead of writers block, how to become a professional writer, the elements that build up a narrative essay, how to get into fiction writing, what dialogue and conversation is, the different points of view, non-fiction writing, poetry and a deeper look inside it, how to create article online or offline, how to create a script, editing, fueling your creativity, what resources you can use when writing and publishing your work you are now fully equipped to tread on towards the path of creative writing and being an author or writer. Now that you have finished reading and studying this module you already have the tools you need to start writing away. When you want to write fiction stories, poetry, narrative essays etc. you can write it easily because you have gone through this module and gained insights and learning’s that would be of help to you when you start writing, keep on writing or to just write in general.