Maybe you have written a novel or your literary masterpiece is only at the embryonic stage or maybe you’re a book lover and are curious about how an
Maybe you have written a novel or your literary masterpiece is only at the embryonic stage or maybe you’re a book lover and are curious about how an author transforms an idea into a story read by thousands of readers around the world.
No need to book, just show up on the day or let Claire know you are coming [email protected]
Author, Lecturer and Editor Sara Grant will be available to answer your questions about writing, editing and publishing. There will be no formal presentation instead the conversation will be led by the questions you ask. Sara’s expertise is in traditionally published books for children and teens. She is not a picture book expert nor does she have experience in self-publishing. She’s happy to talk about your ideas or brainstorm a particularly sticky plot problem. Maybe you want to know about crafting query letters and synopses to catch the attention of agents and editors.
Bring your questions and enjoy an afternoon of discussion with fellow writers and bibliophiles.
About Sara Grant– Sara has inspired, written or edited nearly 100 books for children. Her newest book – Chasing Danger – is an action-adventure series for middle grade readers. Sara teaches Goldsmiths University’s master’s class on writing for children/teens. She co-created Undiscovered Voices – which has launched the writing careers of thirty-seven authors. She offers a series of events for writers through Book Bound (www.bookboundretreat.com)
(Saturday) 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
St Katharine's Precinct
2 Butcher Row, London, E14 8DS