Wodonga: Write That Novel

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22 February 2020 - 10:00 to 4:00 PM
Anne Gracie
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Many people have an idea for a novel simmering away inside them, but the prospect of creating a publishable novel can seem intimidating. Where to start? What to consider? How do you turn an idea into a plot? What to do when you run out of steam three chapters in? And when it's finished, what do you do? This workshop will outline some strategies and resources to make your novel the best it can be.

This workshop is free, but bookings are absolutely essential. 

You will learn:

  • the elements essential in creating a publishable novel
  • some different plotting methods (because every writer is different)
  • the importance of creating memorable characters and a character arc
  • some ways of structuring and strengthening a novel
  • what editors/readers want, and about some pitfalls and pathways concerning the various methods of publication available today.

This workshop is presented in partnership with Kill Your Darlings as part of the KYD Regional Victorian Writers Program and sponsored in part by Wodonga Library.

About Anne Gracie

Award-winning Melbourne writer Anne Gracie spent her early years in Wodonga. She started her first novel while backpacking solo around the world. She's now working on her 23rd book. A nationally bestselling author in the USA, her books have been translated into eighteen languages. Anne loves to talk craft-of-writing and has conducted writing workshops for most Australian Writers Centres, and various national and international conferences. Visit her website at www.annegracie.com

 


Wodonga Library
194 High Street
Wodonga, VIC 3690-3690
Australia


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