Free Your Creative Writing Voice with Liliane (Online)

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Bust the ‘talent myth’, overcome ‘writer’s block’, and learn three strategies that are guaranteed to produce powerful writing!

Whether you’ve been writing privately for years or haven’t written since your school days, this confidence-building course will guide you in accessing your creative voice and learning how to maximise the impact of your written work.

Don’t wait for the Muse to deign to visit – summon her when YOU want to write!

What will we cover?

In this class you’ll discover why ‘talent’ is not the x-factor of good writing and what is. You’ll also learn how to work with your own brain to experience an easy flow of ideas, and three tips for producing impactful writing – guaranteed.

This session will give you a bird’s-eye view of the whole creative writing process and offer a number of writing exercises for in class and at home.

What you’ll take away will be tools you can use forever – and the beginning of a breakthrough in your relationship with your ‘writing self’.

What to bring 

  • A notebook and pen are ideal, or your device if that’s your preference.


  • Closed Captions
  • Discount Early Bird Tix
  • Free Tickets for First Nation Attendees
  • Auslan Interpreters Upon Request

Who will be teaching?

Liliane Grace (she/her) has been writing since childhood, teachingCreative Writing for over thirty years, and working as an editor of fiction and non-fiction throughout the 2000s. Her award-winning first novel was followed by another four and two children’s picture books.

Liliane is currently working on a YA novel and writing a musical about health. (Thanks to RADF for a grant to write the first draft!) She has a deep interest in how we maximise our individual potential and live [w]holistically. For more about Liliane you are welcome to visit  

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