Writing Retreat Bali
Dig For Meaning
Search your soul before plotting your story
A world-class book writing workshop and a day of creative penmanship with Author, Johanna Elomaa. Answer essential questions about yourself to write with heart, honesty, theme and substance.
Write with it all
Writing from deep inside, Johanna Elomaa is a respected journalist and 3 x published novelist. Examine if your story is really good enough for you, even before you consider your audience. Harness inner intelligence that will truly inspire your creative writing process and take the opportunity to learn, play, craft and be stirred in the magical surroundings of Ubud.
Why, Why, Why Am I Writing A Book?
The three most important questions you can ask yourself before you sit down and write: Why am I doing this? Is it good enough? What’s my message? Enter the fire to write with clarity and conviction.
Take Your Writing To Heart
Writing a novel can be light years away from the romantic image. Learn what it takes. Go deeper into the energy and human meaning of your subject. Rise to the surface later with emotive and heartfelt writing that’s crafted with real soul.
Mix It Up
Modern audiences expect more. End immediately, finish after that and pick up the pieces later. Play with eras and shuffle the chronology of your hero’s journey to add impact and intrigue to your finished story.
Develop your novel writing skills
Understand your real motivations for writing a novel
Examine your story – is it good enough?
Get to the heart of your story’s message
How to plan your time and write a novel
Writing as a life choice
Kill your darlings
Experiment with eras and chronology
6 Days Brimming with Wordfood
Spanning 7 days, you’ll have the chance to hone your screenwriting craft, flourish your creative writing with poetry, sell that article and develop agency clients as a Copywriter. Check out our ticketing page to see how many ways you can become a better writer.
Writing isn’t about making money, getting famous, getting dates, getting laid, or making friends. In the end it’s about enriching the lives of those who will read your work, and enriching your own life as wellStephen King