Monday 17th April at 6pm (UK time)*
 

What happens in your story? When do we encounter the highs, and the lows? Have you already determined the fate of your protagonist? 

The plot is the backbone of a story: the twists and turns that hook your reader.  By choosing the right plot elements, linking events to character, and mastering twists and sub-plots, you can turn your latest tale into a genuine page-turner.


Don't lose the plot: join our free webinar on Monday 17th April.

 

The Writers' Academy Tutor Dr. Barbara Henderson will be discussing all aspects of plot, from the amount of plotting you should do, to fixing common plot problems. We will finish with an online Q & A session.

*Can't make it live? Register anyway and we'll send you the recording and slides.

 

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Date: Monday 17th April
Time: 6pm (UK time)

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Plotting a Story Webinar

She will also be joined by Rebecca Watson, who will give you an insight to life at The Writers’ Academy, and what it’s like to study a creative writing course online. 

Dr. Barbara Henderson is a published author with a creative writing PhD and extensive teaching experience. She has been a tutor with The Writers' Academy since 2014.

Gain first-hand insight and in-depth knowledge from our Authors, expert Editors and professional Tutors as you begin to establish yourself as a writer.

Next Start Date 26th June 2017
Delivery Online

Duration 10 Weeks

 
Learn the art of writing successful fiction, develop your creative and literary skills and transform your initial ideas into the first draft of your novel.

Next Start Date 26th June 2017
Delivery Online

Duration 14 Weeks

 


O U R   C O U R S E S

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The difference between story, plot and narrative

Beginnings, middles and ends

Elements of the perfect plot

Twists and sub-plots

Why plot must be linked to character

Fixing common plot problems

THE ONLINE MASTERCLASS

 

In this masterclass, Dr. Barbara Henderson will discuss:

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