7 Lessons on Writing for Becoming a Standout Writer

Tested Techniques for Fast Writing Skills Improvement

One of the high-rated writing courses on Udemy

What you’ll learn

  • Write clear, precise, and direct prose.
  • Find alternative ways of constructing sentences.
  • Communicate better with readers.
  • Avoid clichéd words and phrases.
  • Develop greater command of the English language.

Course Content

  • Welcome to the Course! –> 2 lectures • 4min.
  • Writing Clearly for Publications, Work, and School –> 6 lectures • 28min.
  • How Dead Verbs Are Killing Your Writing –> 5 lectures • 24min.
  • Become an Active Writer –> 5 lectures • 20min.
  • Create Pictures in Your Writing with Strong Nouns –> 5 lectures • 18min.
  • How to be an Original Writer and Avoid Clichés –> 5 lectures • 16min.
  • Prevent Train Wreck Sentences with Parallelism –> 9 lectures • 27min.
  • Freshen your Sentences with Patterns and Length Variation –> 5 lectures • 19min.
  • Bonus Lecture –> 1 lecture • 1min.

7 Lessons on Writing for Becoming a Standout Writer


  • One of the high-rated writing courses on Udemy
  • 4.77 out of 5 all time student rating (95.4%)
  • 35 5-Star reviews
  • Taught by a UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR, Dr. Duncan KoerberWhat students say…

“Excellent–I rate it ten stars out of five.”Julie Heyer, Udemy Student

“Take this course – improve your writing — end of story!” James Cochrane, Udemy Student

“The content is fantastic.”
  — Chris Lewis, Udemy Student

“Information that you can apply right away.”
Kim Ruby, Udemy Student

“I can tell he’s passionate about his work and he shows it throughout the lessons.”
Ana, Udemy Student

“I recommend this course to anyone who wants to improve their writing.”
Sheverley Maye, Udemy Student

“This is an especially useful and remarkably good course.” 
Avrohom Meir Greenhut,

Udemy Student

“The assignments forced me to become more objective and build better habits.”
Marla Morris, Udemy Student 

“The explanation of parallelism and its usage was simply amazing.”
Bindu Midha, Udemy Student

Do you want to impress employers, editors, or online readers with your writing?
Do you want to get A grades on term papers and essays?
Do you want to become a good writer – in creative non-fiction, journalism, fiction, or academic writing – as quickly as possible?

The secret to this writing success is not studying 200 grammar and style points in the writing textbooks.

Instead, this course – designed by an experienced university professor and published author with Oxford University Press – shows you the sentence-level lessons you need to know to write well.

These are the 7 most common problems found in people’s writing.
These problems most likely lurk – like weeds – in your writing right now.

If you complete the lessons and exercises honestly and fully as outlined in this course, then your writing will improve in just a few weeks of intensive study. If you do not find this course helpful, you may request a refund within 30 days, no questions asked.

These lessons and exercises were designed and tested at the University of Toronto and York University with thousands of undergraduate students. Many students improved their grades by a whole grade category after completing these lessons, finding that this short list of key lessons provides clarity. Students have applied these lessons in the workplace to great success.

Join now and complete this course to produce writing that gets you the job, earns you an A grade, lands you a writing contract, or impresses that magazine or newspaper editor.

In this comprehensive course, I will help you:

  • See sentences more objectively;
  • Understand the factors that interfere with communication;
  • Remove dead language – such as dead verbs and weak nouns – from your writing;
  • Avoid embarrassing clichés;
  • Write more clear, direct, and precise sentences;
  • Use adjectives and adverbs more carefully, in targeted ways;
  • Write poetically and rhythmically with parallelism and sentence variation;
  • Add detail to your writing;
  • Become an original writer, not a copy.

Your writing transformation awaits…

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