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Novel In A Day – Writing Workshop with Christine Wells

When:

Sun 3 Nov 2019, 10:30am–4:30pm

Where: Queensland Writers Centre, Level 2, SLQ, Cultural Centre, South Brisbane, Queensland

Restrictions: 16+

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $190.00
  • Concession General Admission: $170.00
  • Early Bird QWC Member - Prior to 29th September: $115.00
  • Early Bird QWC Member Concession - Prior to 29th September: $100.00
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Everything you need to know about writing commercial fiction in a nutshell.

From inspiration to finished draft, this workshop covers everything you need to know about generating ideas and developing them into a workable premise for a novel, structuring your story for maximum emotional impact and creating a powerful character arc for your protagonist. Whether you are an inexperienced writer seeking guidance on how to begin or a more advanced writer wanting to make your stories better and more marketable, this workshop is for you.

Learning Outcomes:
You will improve your writing skill-set through practical exercises and group discussions in the key areas listed below:
- Generate ideas for your novel and learn how to turn ideas into a workable story premise
- Investigate voice and how voice plays into genre
- Understand conflict and how conflict generates plot
- Understand classic story structure and learn to develop a framework for your story
- Learn about character arc and how to show character growth and change
- Understand the commercial fiction market and the pathways to publication