September 06, 2017

Top 5 Wednesday| Module 101

Top 5 Wednesday is a book meme that was started by Laini from GingerreadsLaini and is now hosted by Sam over at Thoughts on Tomes.

If you ever want to join the fun, join the Goodreads group- here.

This week the topic is 'Classes based on characters/books', as quite a few of us are on our way to going back to the educational system. Send help. 10 days til I am back on that train. Again, send help. 

1. Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff
Class: HTML, CSS and Java (Definitely Not Hacking) with Kady Grant.

Alright, let's be honest, this class would probably involved hacking somewhere in the syllabus. But, if she could teach me a little bit more on HTML formatting and designing my blog, that is more than welcome.

2. This Savage Song by V.E.Schwab
Class: Corsai, Malachai, and Sunai and how to dispose of them with Kate Harker and August Flynn (musical instrument not required)

This would be a VERY physical class, something I detest, but if it meant that I could protect myself from monsters (incl the ones who made them) then I would submit myself straight away. 

3. Unconventional by Maggie Harcourt
Class: Designing Unconventional Conventions with Lexi Angelo

I used to have a lot of art classes before going off to University. I did A-Level Graphics, Photography and at one point Fine Art too. Now, I just write. I'd love to do a module where I would have to design and organise my own convention.

4. Hold me Closer: The Tiny Cooper Story by David Levithan
Class: Beginners' Guide to Musical Theatre with Tiny Cooper

I have already studied, theatre and plays, screenwriting for film and screenwriting for tv. I'd like to learn more about writing for musical theatre on a beginners module.

5. A Study in Scarlet by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Class: The Subtle Art in Deduction with Sherlock Holmes

Sherlock Holmes  would either the best lecturer in the world or the worst. I'd bet in the latter, but to learn how to deduct properly and catch people out would be a very helpful skill. 

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