How to Edit Your Writing: Meg Sanders
Tue 25th April 2017
10.00am - 3.00pm
£90 inc refreshments
Good writing is about re-writing and the most important work you do on your novel will be during the editing stage. This workshop will help you to sharpen your plot, ramp up suspense, refine your scenes, flesh out your characters and examine your use of language. You’ll also learn from your fellow writers and develop the critical technique that’s crucial to creating a compelling narrative.
Meg Sanders, novelist, non-fiction writer and creative writing tutor, will share the skills you need to create a submission-ready, professional-looking manuscript.
Lunch not included by cafe on site.
To book tickets call 01789 207100
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