The Synopsis Surgery, Lecture and Workshop with Literary Agent Oliver Munson

£32.50£37.50

You have finished your story, but what comes next? When you approach literary agents, you will need to present them with a submission package that includes a query letter, a sample of your manuscript and, of course, a synopsis. What should go into it? How long should it be? What is it for? With practical advice, a question and answer session and workshop, The Synopsis Surgery aims to answer these questions and help authors get to the heart of the matter: what their book is really about.

1 day lecture and workshop – Saturday, 30th March, 2019, 2pm – 4:30pm

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The Synopsis Surgery

Writing Lecture and Workshop – with Literary Agent Oliver Munson

Day and Time: Saturday, 2pm – 4.30pm

Date: 30th March, 2019

Venue: Secular Hall, 75 Humberstone Gate, Leicester, LE1 1WB

Cost: £37.50, £32.50 conc.

 Code: WSL812

You have finished your story, but what comes next?  When you approach literary agents, you will need to present them with a submission package that includes a query letter, a sample of your manuscript and, of course, a synopsis. The synopsis will need to look professional and to fulfil its vital purpose of convincing an agent that your story sounds exciting.

However, it is a truth universally acknowledged that no author enjoys writing a synopsis for their book. What should go into it? How long should it be? What is it for? With practical advice, a question and answer session and workshop, The Synopsis Surgery aims to answer these questions and help authors get to the heart of the matter: what their book is really about.

Join leading literary agent, Oliver Munson for this lecture and workshop, where you will work with peers to create a synopsis and have your chance to ask questions during a Q & A session.

About the Agent:

Oliver Munson is a Literary Agent and Director at AM Heath & Co Ltd.  His client list includes award-winning, bestselling authors of crime, suspense, thrillers and speculative fiction.