£75 per person for full course
Suitable for ages 16+
If writing a novel is something you’ve always wanted to do then make 2020 your ‘year of the novel’. Join novelist and creative writing tutor Tracey Iceton as she introduces the craft of novel writing. Drawing on her own creative practice and doctoral research in novel writing, Tracey steers writers through plotting, characterisation and narrative approaches, helps writers plan their novel projects effectively and get writing and even offers advice on what to do with that finished masterpiece. Writing activities allow participants to develop ideas while supportive, constructive feedback enables them to get started on their first novel or improve a work-in-progress. Here is the opportunity to get that novel written down, typed up and, hopefully, into print!
Ideal Christmas gift for the aspiring writer in the family!
BOOK YOUR PLACE
The course costs £75 per person and will run from 10am-12noon for five fortnightly sessions on 23 January, 6 February, 20 February, 5 March, 19 March.
To book your place please contact Tracey directly via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT TRACEY ICETON
Tracey Iceton is an author and creative writing tutor from Teesside. Awarded her doctorate in creative writing from Northumbria University in 2017, she is a qualified English teacher experienced in delivering creating writing courses and workshops. She is the author of three novels, Green Dawn at St Enda’s (2016), Herself Alone in Orange Rain (2017) and White Leaves of Peace (2019). Her fourth book, Rock God Complex: The Mickey Hunter Story, will be published in September 2020 and she is under contract with Cinnamon Press for two more novels in 2022 and 2023. Her articles and short stories have appeared in national and international journals, magazines and anthologies and many of them have been commended in prestigious writing competitions. Her PhD research, entitled Troubles Women, was a practice-led project exploring the portrayal of female paramilitary protagonists in Troubles fiction. She works with many emerging writers, helping them develop their craft through her workshops, courses, masterclasses and one-to-one mentoring/critiquing service. For more information visit: www.trywriting.co.uk
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