Join Our Britfield Writing Workshop (January 2-4)

A great Holiday Gift and the Perfect way to Start the New Year!

Learn how to write the Story that’s inside you from award-winning, bestselling author C. R. Stewart (Britfield & the Lost Crown).


Discover what it takes to write a compelling Story: fostering an idea, the structural outline, character development and the final polish. We’ll review many successful stories, movies, and authors, including J. R. R. Tolkien, C. S. Lewis, Charles Dickens, and Roald Dahl. 

Saturday (1/2)

Defining Your Story (11:00 AM PST)

Establishing the Structure (12:00 PM PST)

Sunday (1/3)

Creating Dynamic Characters (11:00 AM PST)

Developing Compelling Subplots (12:00 PM PST)

Monday (1/4)

Editing and Polishing (11:00 PM PST)

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Through this virtual course (Zoom), you will be able to improve your writing, ask questions, receive a Course Workbook Outline and a Britfield & the Lost Crown signed book. Each class is recorded and available if you miss a session. Each section is 1-hour (followed by Q & A): Saturday 2-hours, Sunday 2-hours, and Monday 1-hour. Priced at $95.00, these workshops fill up fast.

Born in Newport Beach, California, C. R. Stewart has 20 years of experience in writing fiction, non-fiction, and screenplays. He is an award-winning, bestselling author, creativity specialist, international consultant, and prolific writer. Founder of prestigious Britfield Institute, a nonprofit dedicated to creativity and advanced learning, and Devonfield, an innovative company dedicated to the highest quality in publishing, film production, and education, Chad’s areas of expertise are global strategy, international marketing, and film and media production. He received a Bachelor of Arts in British literature and European history from Brown University; earned an MBA from Boston College; and is pursuing a Master of Science in advanced management and a PhD in strategy at Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management, Claremont Graduate University. Chad has traveled throughout the world and spent two years in England, furthering his education and conducting research. Now based in San Diego, he is a strong supporter of education and the arts. Chad enjoys world travel, reading, riding, swimming, sailing, tennis, and the arts.

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