Your Novel Project
Summary:You can sit at the computer waiting for the drops of blood to form. Or you can get organised and get the job done, stage by stage, focusing on one thing at a time, making progress every day. This course is about the second option. Graeme Simsion will share the process and techniques which have made him one of Australia’s bestselling novelists.
You can find details of how Covid-19 restrictions will affect the workshop here: https://writersvictoria.org.au/about-us/covid-19-information/. You are encouraged to wear a mask in the workshop space. The Wheeler Centre’s policy is that close contacts should not attend the building. If you are a close contact of somebody with Covid-19, or have Covid-19 symptoms yourself, please do not attend; please contact email@example.com to arrange a refund in this situation.
You Will Learn:
- How to plan the writing of your novel, memoir or biography
- Tips for every stage of the process from concept to final edits
- How to understand structure – and use it as a tool
- How to take control of your creativity
- How to manage the writing life
About the Tutor:
Graeme Simsion was a CEO and business consultant before deciding, at the age of fifty, to become a writer. His debut novel, The Rosie Project, was an ABIA Book of the Year and has sold over 3.5 million copies in forty languages. Two sequels, along with The Best of Adam Sharp and Two Steps Forward (written with partner Anne Buist), have also been international bestsellers and optioned for movies. His latest books are Two Steps Onward (with Anne) and Creative Differences.
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Members of Writers Victoria receive up to 37% off the full price of our workshops, seminars and courses. In addition, members have access to a range of other discounts and opportunities and receive a subscription to 'The Victorian Writer' magazine. Memberships start from just $50. Find out more about becoming a member here.
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