PLYMOUTH – #WriteMentor Writing Weekend Workshops
£25.00 – £200.00
16th and 17th May 2020
£200 for 2 full days (includes 1-2-1 for free)
£100 for 1 full day
£50 for single AM or PM session
£25 for 1-2-1 session (note: you must buy a session ticket to do this)
SAT AM: Workshop One: Nailing Epiphanies: how to use personality traits to embed credible character arcs.
SAT PM: Workshop Two: Hooks, turning points & getting out early: how to structure dynamic scenes to keep your plot moving forward.
SAT PM: 1-2-1s: Tanya Landman
SUN AM: Workshop Three: Approaching a development edit: retrofitting structural scenes to energise your story.
SUN PM: Workshop Four: Got it writ? Editing techniques to get the writing right.
Inclusive of the following:
– Lunch (choice of 6 items)
– Servings of tea and coffee
– Stationery and Wi-fi
– Bowl of sweets and fruit
– Onsite car parking
Rowena House spent years as a foreign correspondent in Europe and Africa before turning to fiction. Her debut novel, The Goose Road, was named a Book of the Year by the Daily Telegraph & became an Amazon No. 1 Bestseller on the first weekend after publication. Rowena holds an MA (distinction) in writing for young people, trained as a children’s fiction editor with the Golden Egg Academy, and teaches creative writing in schools, colleges and via the Cornerstones Literary Consultancy. Website: rowenahouse.com
Carnegie Medal winning Tanya Landman is the author of more than thirty books for children and young adults.
Born and brought up in Kent, Tanya had no intention of becoming a writer until the idea for Waking Merlin popped into her head. “It came from nowhere. It was completely out of the blue.”
Tanya now lives and works in Bideford and the nearby coastline was the inspiration for her Flotsam & Jetsam series.
Armada Way, Plymouth PL1 1AR
2 full days (includes 1-2-1 for free), 1 full day Saturday, 1 full day Sunday, 1-2-1