Brandon Sanderson lectures at BYU – 2016 (free resources for writers)

September 1, 2020

by Emanuel

Learning Resources for Writers, 2020

We start a new part of our blog – Learning Resources for Writers with one of our favorite writers: Brandon Sanderson. These videos are free on YouTube. They were filmed and provided by Camera Panda

Brandon Sanderson - 318R - #1 (Course Overview)
Brandon Sanderson - 318R - #2 (Cook vs. Chef)
Brandon Sanderson - 318R - #3 (The Illusionist Writer)
Brandon Sanderson - 318R - #4 (World Building)
Brandon Sanderson - 318R - #5 (The Box)
Brandon Sanderson - 318R - #6 (The Business of Writing)
Brandon Sanderson - 318R - #7 (Character)
Brandon Sanderson - 318R - #8 (Magic Systems)
Brandon Sanderson - 318R - #9 (Brandon Mull)
Brandon Sanderson - 318R - #10 (Plotting)
Brandon Sanderson - 318R - #11 (Dialogue and agents)
Brandon Sanderson - 318R - #12 (Q&A)

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