Writing Workshop: How Conflict Makes Stories Work
- Date January 12, 2017
- Time 10:00a.m. - 4:00p.m.
- Suitable for Adults
Join us for a writing workshop with tutors from Creative Words Matter. This workshop takes a close look at how the structure of a story affects how the plot is revealed.
The workshop will consider all the different types of conflict a writer might use, in story structure, character interaction and dialogue to keep the story moving along and the reader gripped. We’ll look at the best places to begin; how to build to the climax and how the ending relates to the beginning so that the story feels complete and satisfying.
The day begins at 10.00am and lasts until 4.00pm. Refreshments will be available in the morning and afternoon but please provide your own lunch.
Workshop cost £45 per person (£35 per person for Brooklands Trust Members)
Book 3 workshops or more for a 10% discount.
Places are strictly limited to 20 per workshop on a first come, first served basis.
To book please contact Virginia Smith
Virginia Smith on 01932 857381 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Brooklands Writing Programme:
This is a great series of (stand-alone) workshops for new writers and those whose stories have become bogged down. You will come to recognise the storyteller you are and will grow in confidence about your writing.
December 6th - CREATING BELIEVABLE CHARACTERS
January 12th 2017 - HOW CONFLICT MAKES STORIES WORK
February 7th - THE SHORT STORY
March 7th - WHAT MAKES SELF-PUBLISHING AN ATTRACTIVE OPTIONFind out more about our Adult Learning Programme