18th August 2020 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Join author Louise Hare for an evening dedicated to the telling of stories in the past.
Historical fiction can be challenging to write. During a practical session that includes writing exercises and plenty of opportunities to ask questions, Louise will guide you through the challenges of writing in this genre, covering everything from constructing a compelling narrative without sacrificing accuracy to creating a strong sense of time and place.
Louise Hare is a London based author. Her debut novel This Lovely City was published by HQ (Harper Collins) on March 12th 2020 and House of Anansi (N. America) on April 7th 2020. She has an MA in Creative Writing (Distinction) from Birkbeck, University of London.
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, Louise 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 16th August, and please use the subject line 'Louise Hare event question'.
The event price is £20 (inc. VAT) with proceeds going to Book Aid International
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