Beginning your Novel with Megan Taylor

£118.00£123.00

Using published examples and playful exercises, this series of workshops will offer participants a deeper understanding of crucial elements in novel writing, such as character, setting, point of view and structure. During this course we’ll start putting these techniques into practice, helping you write your novel with confidence. You will also develop your feedback skills which will give you a basis for editing your own work.

As well as putting these techniques into practice, you will also gain skills on writing independently and keeping going, which will encourage you to embark on your novels with enthusiasm and confidence.

6 week course – 11th January to 15th February 2020 (Saturdays, 1 – 3pm)

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Beginning your Novel with Megan Taylor

6 week course

Day and time:  Saturdays 1 – 3pm

Dates: 11th January to 15th February 2020

Venue: Waterstones Nottingham, 1-5 Bridlesmith Gate NG1 2GR

Cost: £123, £118 conc.

Code: WSN97

Using published examples and playful exercises, this series of workshops will offer participants a deeper understanding of crucial elements in novel writing, such as character, setting, point of view and structure.  During this course we’ll start putting these techniques into practice, helping you write your novel with confidence.  You will also develop your feedback skills which will give you a basis for editing your own work.

As well as putting these techniques into practice, you will also gain skills on writing independently and keeping going, which will encourage you to embark on your novels with enthusiasm and confidence.

About the Tutor:

Megan Taylor is the author of three novels, How We Were Lost (Flame Books, 2007), The Dawning (Weathervane Press, 2010) and The Lives of Ghosts (Weathervane Press, 2012), as well as a short story collection, The Woman Under the Ground (Weathervane Press, 2014).  Recent short stories have been placed in several competitions and appeared in a variety of publications, including Dark Lane’s 6th and 7th anthologies and Neon.  A fourth novel, We Wait, is due out from Eyrie Press in 2019.