This is a fiction workshop for innocent folks who think they’d like to be a writer. But do your eyes glaze over when you hear words like “plot,” “structure,” and “point of view?” Does your anxiety level rise when someone discusses, “narrative voice,” or “dramatic effect”? Then this is the workshop for you!
Lesley Crewe likes ‘simple’ and wants to give you some hints about what helped her to write 13 books in 16 years. She never meant to be a writer, and she’s an expert in absolutely nothing, but she has learned a thing or two on this journey. Like what to do when your characters refuse to cooperate. Simple. Kill them off.
There is nothing academic about this—just stuff that can make life easier while writing book after book. Prepare to moan about writing from the comfort of your own home!
About the instructor: Lesley Crewe is the author of 11 novels, including Relative Happiness (Nimbus Publishing, 2005), which has been adapted as a major motion picture; Mary Mary (Nimbus Publishing, 2016); and Beholden (Nimbus Publishing, 2018).
Recommended experience level: New and emerging fiction writers
Date of workshop: Thursday, Mar 10, 2022 (7:00pm to 9:00pm Atlantic)
Nonmember/member price: $39
Registration for this workshop is now closed.