Turning to Crime: writing workshop with Frances Brody

CONTEMPORARY WOMEN'S WRITING FESTIVAL

CONTEMPORARY WOMEN'S WRITING FESTIVAL

Join writer Frances Brody to explore the different approaches to writing a crime novel, with practical advice on creating characters, shaping plots and finding the right setting. There will be writing exercises to stretch your imagination and sharpen your approach to rewriting. Useful tips range from developing your idea to finding an agent. Frances Brody is the award-winning author of three historical novels. Her popular murder mystery series, set in 1920s Yorkshire, features Kate Shackleton, First World War widow turned detective. Frances has written stories and plays for radio and scripts for theatre and television. www.francesbrody.com

Tickets £25/£22.50 concessions and Brontë Society members, includes tea and coffee. Please book in advance at www.bronte.org.uk/whats-on or on 01535 640192. 
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