Tuesday, 13 March 2018

Writers & Artists How to Get Published conference, York Literature Festival, 24 March

There are still places left on the How to Get Published conference day, full details of this and other York Literature Festival events below:



 


 

 


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The Beginning Of A Book


"The first paragraph of a book flies the flag for the voice and heart that will keep you company through a story. If the heart does not speak to you, the story most definitely will not."


Ahead of her appearance at our How to Get Published conference in York, Claire North takes us through some key things to consider when writing the beginning of a book...  

 


Creating An Assassin

 

"A character, is in many ways a reflection of the writer, where they are in life, what is happening, what they are reading and consuming in the media, it's a hugely complex process."

 
RJ Barker shares his advice on creating characters and how he went about crafting an assassin for his debut novel Age of Assassins.

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The Importance Of Asking Why

 

"You can take anything in the world – a woman quitting her job – and by obeying the logic of what that single starting point does, you can go anywhere. You can do anything. All that matters is stopping and asking why."

 
Author Claire North on how to develop the premise of a story, and where simply asking 'Why?' in a story can take you.

 


How To Make Your Book Pacey

 

"I like to think of a book as a succession of increasingly high waves. Build to a point where things happen, then have a lull, let people recover and build again, but this time to something a little more dramatic."


What are the ingredients a writer needs to perfectly pace their story? Author RJ Barker offers his thoughts.
 

 


Upcoming W&A Events


 


How To Get Published - Arts University Bournemouth

In April we’ll be visiting Bournemouth for a day that includes a two-hour writing workshop, lunch, and a panel discussion on the processes of submitting your manuscript led by publishing industry professionals and literary agents.

Saturday April 28th 2018 | Booking and full line-up


 


How To Write A Thriller

If you’re writing a thriller and looking to add tension and suspense to your novel, this one-off evening masterclass with Cass Green is dedicated to the intrigue, deceit and shocking twists your plot needs!

Wednesday 30th May 2018 | Booking and full details


 


How To Get Published - Edinburgh

Our first ever event in Scotland sees us partner with The Open University for a day with bestselling authors and industry professionals in the heart of Edinburgh. Includes teas and coffees, and a networking lunch.

Saturday 9th June 2018 | Booking and full line-up


 


How To Hook An Agent

Our most popular half-day event sees four agents work with a maximum of 28 delegates across two morning seminar sessions before a networking lunch. Writers then have the opportunity to speak to an agent about their project in a ten-minute one-to-one session.
Our October date is dedicated to writers of Children’s Fiction.

April, June, October 2018 | Booking and full line-up


 



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