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Writing is the mechanical name we give to an innate ability we all have. I have done a haiku workshop, back in November last year, because it was cheap and at my local library on a day I wasn't working, but nothing on fiction or prose. In that sense, every writer is "self taught". A very similar structure appears in movies. They didn't tell us anything.
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Writing is the mechanical name we give to an innate ability we all have. So they basically trashed the major I was working towards. Plus all those workshops try to drill in a lot of rules that can make your writing looking to similar to other peoples writing. I'll take a look, maybe stealthily insert myself into a writing themed class or two. Self-posts are best for more nuanced and specific aspects of writing-related content as well as questions and other discussion-starters. But yes, don't worry. There are a lot of them, almost as many as there are books about trading stocks.
However, this work results in book sales and audience retention, which is critical. I really have to look into the workshops though. I went to uni, but not for writing. I've written over two dozen novels and only improved over time. That will help you with some things for a while, then you'll reach a point where you've got all you're gonna get from it. Then all that will help you is more writing.