Creative Writing & self-publishing
We're delighted to announce a new series of workshops in Suffolk.
Following the success of our roaming workshops at book festivals across the UK, we are really happy to have found a base for our workshops at the beautiful new library in Needham Market, near Ipswich, Suffolk.
2022 Course Dates
Consecutive Tuesdays, 11.30am - 12.30pm
An introduction to creative writing and self-publishing
The importance of conflict in your characters
Plotting your novel using The Hero's Journey
Plotting your novel using the
Creating character sketches
Creating dialogue for conflict and characterisation
Setting and description
Show don't tell. Describing body language and facial expressions
Beginnings and endings; prologues, first lines, sequels
Routes to self-publishing; exploring your options
when booking all 10 workshops
30% discount only available when all 10 workshops are booked in advance through Eventbrite. Individual workshops are £15 per person.
Places are limited to 10 per workshop.
All participants will receive a free notebook and pen.
Refreshments are available.
Disabled access is available.
When booking through Eventbrite below, please note:
If booking for all 10 workshops, please select only the first workshop, then select 'Full Course' ticket for a one-off payment of £105.
If booking for one specific workshop, please make a note of the workshop and its date from the list above before purchasing a single ticket (£15) for that individual event.
When are the workshops held?
Workshops will run 11.30 - 12.30pm every Tuesday for 10 consecutive weeks.
Where are they held?
In the meeting room of the new library in Needham Market, Ipswich, Suffolk,
Do I need to attend every workshop?
Whilst you are able to drop in to individual workshops without signing up to all 10 weeks, we recommend the full course in order to benefit from the guidance and networking opportunities. It's also cheaper to attend all ten!
Are they suitable for non-fiction writers?
These particular workshops are best suited to fiction writers, however the session on July 19th will be relevant for writers of both.