10th November 2020 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Are you working on a manuscript but can’t eke out enough space in your day? Do you feel demotivated by failing to meet your daily word count target? Or have you fallen foul of writers’ block?
In this online masterclass, Antony Johnston shares tried and trusted methods of how to become an organised writer.
In the first part of this online masterclass, Antony will explain the FASTEN principles that underpin his Organised Writer system, with real-life hacks on: managing your calendar and schedule in order to prioritise writing time; how to make the most of effective note-taking; organising your writing space; and more.
In the second section, Antony will debunk the myth of writer’s block, explaining what it really is, how to overcome it, and how to avoid it in the future.
Followed by a Q&A, this masterclass will provide you with invaluable tips on how to stay on top of all your projects, and never miss a deadline again. Most important of all, it will leave you fired up to get on with your writing.
19:00- 19:30: How to be an organised writer
19:30-20:00: The myth of writer’s block
20.00-20:30: Q&A with Antony moderated by Writers & Artists
Antony Johnston is an award-winning, New York Times bestselling author and creator of The Coldest City, adapted to film as Atomic Blonde starring Charlize Theron. He has authored more than 40 graphic novels and comic book series, a dozen video games, four novels, more than 120 podcast episodes and his work has been translated throughout the world. In 2007 Antony posted an online essay on the subject of productivity and how he organised his working space and writing life; half a million hits later, he realised that he was not alone in wanting to establish better habits to allow more time to write effectively. He lives and works in England — and he is very organised. @AntonyJohnston | antonyjohnston.com | organised-writer.com
You can pre-order The Organised Writer here.
This is an online event which will be presented using video conferencing software. Joining instructions and full guidance will be provided in advance of the event and the W&A Team will be on hand to help with any technical questions before, and throughout the event.
After presenting for one hour, Antony will take questions for thirty minutes. You're invited to send any questions ahead of the event to firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions must be submitted by midnight 10th November, and please use the subject line 'Antony Johnston event question'.
The event price is £25 (inc. VAT)
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