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Testimonial 52 Six months ago, a fellow student in my Masters program at Melbourne University took advantage of my offer of my spare bedroom for interstate students needing accommodation for our two day intensive sessions on campus.
When on Day 1 he asked me if I was a writer, I knew what he was talking about.
I have at least three books on writing on the shelves in the spare bedroom, and possibly others elsewhere. Despite having bought them at various times in the past, I have never read them.
Dev forces you to write for one minute, for five, ten or fifteen minutes, using totally disconnected prompts. There are no excuses. I came home from La Luna today incidentally, totally amazing food! I am no longer fearful of putting words on paper.
According to Dev, there is no such thing as inspiration. I think she is wrong. She is an amazing, generous, and, dare I say it, inspirational teacher. Thank you, Catherine, for two days of warmth, fun, encouragement and guidance.
And thanks to my fellow class members, who over two days have shared their writing, their fears and their experiences with the rest of us. You made a bunch of random people with various sizes of ego, fear and nerves be themselves.
Just being around Dev makes you braver. Makes you want to be better, and to try harder. Jill Chivers The Devs passion and energy is simply inspiring and she makes you believe you can achieve anything.
I have been gunna write for sometime but since doing the Masterclass I am more disciplined and I want to write! Do yourself a favour and sign up, you know you want to! Nothing could have been further from the truth. Catherine was like an old friend who knows how to give you the kick up the arse you need.
I was so enthralled my poor kidneys were nearly drowned while I held on for hours not wanting to miss a single second.
Not only was Catherine her sharp, witty and hilarious self, but she was generous and attentive to each individual in the class and with sharing her experiences and knowledge to debunk myths, discredit our self-doubt. Go ahead and spend an invaluable day in great company with fellow budding writers from every imaginable background, great food and coffee and of course, the fabulous Catherine Deveny.
I could happily bask in her brilliance every day of the week. Love, love, loved it!Business Writing Course: Master High-Impact Writing With Bestselling Author Daniel Pink. Learn Daniel Pink’s top writing tips, from consistently coming up with great ideas, researching, and outlining, all the way through the writing and editing process.
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