Thursday, 28 July 2016

London Writers' Club event, 23 August 2016

The London Writers' Club have an event happing on Tuesday 23 August at 6.30pm in London, full details below:


London Writers' Club
 making connections with writers, agents and publishers
July 2016

Hi all 

In August London Writers' Club is usually on the beach but this month we have lots happening.

* August 23 is our London Writers' Club Live event all about Concept and how to inject it into your novel or non fiction work.
From August 1 we will be emailing a month of daily writing tips starting with a week of Planning and Idea, then Starting to Write, next Editing and Feedback and finally Pitching and Selling. Each Saturday morning there will be homework to do.

Irrespective of where you are in your writing, each of the tips is designed to make you think critically at your idea and what you have and to review and improve your manuscript. They are all are about getting your book in the best shape possible before you pitch. If you are early on in your writing you could take it more slowly and do a month for each of the weeks. However you use it we hope its helpful. Please feel free to forward it to writer friends.

* Aug 23 is our postponed June event. Huge apologies for any inconvenience. Our speaker was stuck on a train and over 20 people cancelled due to transport or overheating. 
Book an advance ticket here for August's LWC Live for  £15
Members come for free but

Fiction writers - our next fiction proposal workshop will be on 15 September.  Book here.  
Book now for August's event
Tuesday, August 23
speaker will start at  6.45pm 
Networking from 7.45pm to 8.15pm
The Cube, 155 Commercial Street, E1 6BJ (nearest station, Shoreditch High St.)
It's all about the concept and the hook! find out the secrets of both with agent, Jacq Burns, and publisher, Kate Adams
Members: free 
£20 for non-members for event plus a free copy of Write a Bestseller by Jacq Burns
'Informative, insightful and fun. I would recommend any aspiring writer to pop along'  Mark Morris, Speechwriter for NATO Secretary General.
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