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Thank you for another amazing writing workshop today. I am so inspired to edit my first chapter using everything I learnt today. I hope you run another class soon! – Ruth (after attending my Opening Chapter Workshop).
Introduction to Romance Writing
Join award-winning author Leah Ashton for a romance writing workshop.
- What is a romance
- Romance sub genres
- Goal, Motivation & Conflict (this is the bulk of the workshop, and these are the building blocks of all genre fiction, not only romance)
- Next steps (how to get published)
Saturday 18 November 2017
Writing Happy Ever Afters – a behind the scenes look at publishing a Mills & Boon novel
From working with an editor to title choice, cover design, foreign translations and international distribution, go behind the scenes with award-winning author Leah Ashton as she reveals what’s really involved in the publication of a Mills & Boon romance. Plus she’ll answer the big question: is there a formula?
Date: Saturday 18 November
Venue: Melville Civic Centre (I’ll be in the Library)
Friday 5th August 2016
Romance Writing Workshop with Leah Ashton
Have you ever thought you’d like to write a romance?
Every romance novel guarantees a happy ever after – but anyone who has ever read one knows the journey to that ending is far from formulaic. Which is a shame, as it makes them a lot harder to write!
So, while award-winning author Leah Ashton can’t provide you with a magic formula for writing a bestseller, she can introduce you to the craft of writing a publishable romance.
Date: Friday, 5 August 2016
Time: 10.00am to 11.30am
Venue: A.H. Bracks Library, corner of Canning Highway and Stock Road, Melville
Bookings: Essential. Reserve your place online or phone 9364 0115