We’ve gotten your confirmation, and┬áthe instructions for┬áPart I of Six Scenes with a View of Writing Soaps is headed for your inbox.


10 Responses to

  1. Stacie Price says:

    I’m so excited. I love to write, and this will be a great learning tool, and I love Nuke so I’m so excited about the opportunity to continue their story. Thank you so much, Susan, for doing this!

  2. Laura says:

    Thanks Susan do this for us fans, makes me happy, because sometimes seems that nobody care of us nuke fans, that just Van & Jake care, but you care.

  3. Jennifer says:

    I think this is a great idea. I love Nuke as well. Though LuRe was a fun distraction, ultimately it should have always been and will always be Nuke. You can’t give people a two year + relationship and then expect us to forget. No, I think this is wonderful and look forward to the outcome of this.

  4. Kirk says:

    I think this is an amazing opportunity and I am so glad to be a part of it. I watched ATWT for several years and Luke, Noah & Reid were by far my favorite part of the show, so to be albe to contirbute to this is awesome.
    Thanks for allowing us to participate!!!

  5. Tom says:

    Thank you for this opportunity to contribute! I’ve written a number of fan fiction stories, including three alternate endings, about Luke and Noah and am excited to be a part of this project. I appreciate the chance to give my opinions as well as learn from you.

  6. Christy says:

    The timing of this could not be more perfect as I am beginning to plan a book I’m going to write and have been watching old Luke and Noah footage on Youtube, so this will be some writing practice for me on a great, fun topic.

  7. Faye says:

    Thank you so much Susan for this rare opportunity. My love and appreciation continues for ATWT and especially the Luke and Noah storyline. I am so excited about being able to participate in this exercise with an award winning writer from the show. You are so kind for offering us your writing expertise. Thanks again.

  8. Les says:

    I’m somewhat confused if I’ve joined an online “community” or a daytime drama writing class with a focus on Luke & Noah. I very much hope to receive constructive criticism and guidance in my creative efforts, Ms Dansby, from you as a professional writer. I am less sanguine about merely becoming part of a fan forum of some sort. Please correct me if my apprehensions are misplaced.
    Thank you very much,

    • Susan Dansby says:

      You’re in the right place, Les. Yes, this class will focus on the Luke and Noah story; but it is indeed a writing course. I’ll be taking you through each step of the process of soap writing – basic action, exposition, dialogue, story arcs, etc.

  9. Beth says:

    Thank you so much for doing this. This is an amazing opportunity.

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