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Online FrankTALK: Christian White

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Thu 30 Apr 2020, 12:30pm–1:30pm

Where: Virtual Location, Online, Virtual

Restrictions: All Ages

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After the success of his first novel The Nowhere Child, Christian White joins us for an online webinar to talk about his latest offering, The Wife and the Widow, his novella, Second Skin, and the manuscript writing process.

White’s debut novel, The Nowhere Child is one of Australia’s bestselling debut novels ever and The Wife and the Widow became an instant bestseller.

Before Christian became a screenwriter and an award-winning author with his best-selling novel The Nowhere Child, he slogged away at his computer on nights and weekends, relying on a long list of unusual day jobs to supplement his writing habit.

Join us as Christian White reveals the importance of letting others read your work, and shares all the things he learned from Stephen King. He is honest and self-deprecating, as he explains how writing for the screen helped him write for the page.

Born and bred on the Mornington Peninsula, Christian lives locally with his wife, filmmaker Summer DeRoche and their adopted greyhound, Issy.

Frankston City Libraries presents Christian White for a FREE online FrankTALK on Thursday 30 April at 12.30pm via Zoom.

This event is free but bookings are essential.