در این آموزش تصویری با راه اندازی کسب و کار با نوشتن رمان های عاشقانه  آشنا می شوید.

این دوره به درخواست کاربران در سایت قرار گرفته است.
این دوره آموزشی محصول موسسه Udemy است.

سرفصل های دوره:

  • ساخت رمان عاشقانه
  • ایجاد کسب و کار جدید
  • جذب خواننده
  • رمان عاشقانه چیست؟
  • تاریخچه مختصری از رمان عاشقانه
  • ویژگی های یک رمان عاشقانه
  • نحوه برنامه ریزی مناسب
  • کار با ابزارهای سازمانی
  • بررسی ایده های موفق
  • نحوه ایجاد انگیزه
  • شناخت شخصیت های خارجی
  • آشنایی با شخصیت های داستان
  • انتخاب جلد رمان
  • بازسازی صحنه اصلی رمان
  • نحوه پایان دادن به داستان
  • ایجاد صمیمیت بین شخصیت ها
  • استفاده از کلمات شاد و غمگین در رمان
  • نحوه معرفی کتاب
  • نحوه انتشار رمان
  • جوانب مثبت و منفی رمان
  • ساخت یک نام برای رمان
  • نحوه تبلیغات و بازاریابی
  • تجزیه و تحلیل SWOT
  • افزایش نقاط قوت
  • کاهش نقاط ضعف
  • و…

عنوان دوره: Udemy Build Your Business Writing Romance Novels
مدت زمان: 3 ساعت
نویسنده: Pam Roller


توضیحات:

Udemy Build Your Business Writing Romance Novels

Pam Roller
3 Hours
All Levels

Snuggle up to a billion dollar a year industry writing and publishing romance novels.
Course Description
Join the ranks of authors who write in the most popular and best-selling genre of all fiction stories. Over 1000 students enrolled in the first month!
This course will help set you on the path to becoming a career author. Learn to write novels, determine a publishing route, promote your books, and complete a flexible business plan that fits your individual goals as a romance author.
Which is your dream?
You've always wanted to try out this romance writing thing, just to get a feel for it, to see if it would be a fun pastime that would bring in extra income.
You're balancing family, a day job, and other obligations in the midst of building a writing career, and you need some help.
You're at a crossroads with your job and your family is growing, and your dream is to be able to work at home and be a full-time author.
I understand. Whatever your reason for being here, my goal is to make your journey through this course as streamlined as possible so that you can get the most out of it in the briefest amount of time...so you can make your dream come true.
What are the requirements?
Access to a computer
A basic grasp of grammar and sentencing
What am I going to get from this course?
Over 38 lectures and 3 hours of content!
Write romance novels and launch your career as a romance author
Create believable characters with strong goals, motivations, and conflicts
Discover how to bring sexual tension to your stories
Apply proven structural techniques that will satisfy romance readers
Write sizzling love scenes that pack an emotional punch
Identify revision strategies to clean up the discovery draft
Recognize the different types of editing and select the best editor for your book
Determine whether independent or traditional publishing is right for you
Discover how to increase sales with a fantastic cover, title, and description
Learn methods of growing readership through a website, social media, and promotion
Explore practical tips for finding time to write
Write your career business plan with a solid foundation of knowing your writing strengths and opportunities as well as your goals and how you want to achieve them
What is the target audience?
Anyone who desires a career that will fit individual and family lifestyle
Anyone who is raising a family and wants to work from home
Anyone who would like to make a shift from the corporate world to a writing career or have a blend of both
Although best suited for students of romance fiction, this course can benefit any fiction writer seeking knowledge of characterization, plot, point of view, pacing, and other elements of fiction.

Section 1: Welcome to the Course
Lecture 1
Introduction
02:05
Welcome!
Section 2: The Foundation of Your Business
Lecture 2
The Romance Novel Reader
05:38
Lecture 3
The Romance Novel Writer
04:46
Section 3: What is a Romance Novel?
Lecture 4
A Brief History of the Romance Novel
04:55
Lecture 5
Sugar and Spice and Oh So Nice: Characteristics of a Romance Novel
02:54
Section 4: Organization and Planning
Lecture 6
Planning your Novel: Organizational Tools
05:26
Lecture 7
They're Everywhere: Coming up with Ideas
05:40
Section 5: Characterization & Plotting
Lecture 8
Not Your High School English Class: Premise and Theme
06:26
Lecture 9
Character Internal Goal, Motivation, and Conflict
06:29
Lecture 10
Character External Goal, Motivation, and Conflict
03:07
Lecture 11
Whole Body Exploration: Getting to know your Characters
04:41
Lecture 12
Prep and Plan, Yes You Can: Plotting
06:55
Lecture 13
Weaving in Subplots
02:33
Recognize how subplots focus on different characters than your hero and heroine and help support the main plot.
Section 6: Between the Covers
Lecture 14
Skeleton, Piece of Poo, Rough Draft: Whatever you want to call it, just write!
01:35
Lecture 15
Scene and Sequel
06:08
Discover how to keep your plot moving forward with each scene and its sequel (reaction), which bridges to the next scene. Includes a downloadable scene and sequel spreadsheet.
Lecture 16
Start with a hook, end on a cliffhanger: Chapters
03:08
Lecture 17
Get Into Her Head: Point of View
05:52
Lecture 18
Bring on the Sexual Tension
04:19
Lecture 19
Love is in the Air: Intimacy and Love Scenes
06:40
Lecture 20
Flesh it out, Clean it up, Next Draft: Your Revision Process
08:08
Section 7: Second Opinions
Lecture 21
Critique Partners and Groups
03:53
Lecture 22
Fun and Worthwhile: Contests
04:13
Lecture 23
Beta Readers
03:00
Find out how to gather a tribe of final readers that will give your manuscript that all-important final read to see if the book is truly ready to publish. Includes a downloadable Beta Reader questionnaire and examples of Beta Reader findings.

Section 8: Your Production Team
Lecture 24
Finding an Editor
03:57
You'll discover the different types of editing depending on your book's needs, and how to find the best editor for your novel. Includes a downloadable infographic on the types of editing.

Lecture 25
Make Them Shine: Cover, Title, and Blurb
06:31
Section 9: Publishing
Lecture 26
Pros and Cons of Traditional Publishing
03:11
Lecture 27
Pros and Cons of Independent Publishing
03:23
Section 10: Making a Name for Yourself
Lecture 28
Promotion, Marketing, and Social Media
08:13
Lecture 29
Your Author Website
05:13
Lecture 30
We Love Them, Yes We Do: Book Reviews
04:56
Section 11: Your Business
Lecture 31
SWOT Analysis: Strengths
03:44
Lecture 32
SWOT Analysis: Weaknesses
03:22
Lecture 33
SWOT Analysis: Opportunities
02:15
Lecture 34
SWOT Analysis: Threats
02:26
Lecture 35
TOWS Analysis for Authors
01:52
Lecture 36
Action Plan for Authors
02:27
Lecture 37
Business Plan for Authors
04:37
Section 12: The Writer's Life
Lecture 38
Keep Your Dream Alive: Finding Time to Write
05:48