KEEPING THEM HOOKED - with Elaine Ouston
Exploring the building blocks that make a compelling story that no one can put down.
The course includes, establishing the best point of view for your story, character, rising tension, the importance of setting, and much more.
Whatever you write – fiction, nonfiction, or blog posts, you have a singular goal: to make the reader want to keep on reading. No matter what you are writing, there are all kinds of techniques to keep your reader hooked from one chapter to the next. In this workshop, we examine the best way to do this.
Date: Saturday April 3rd.
Time: 1 - 3pm
Where: Yeppoon Community Centre, 80 John St, Yeppoon.
Send in 10 pages of your work-in-progress by March 20th for a free evaluation. You will receive your report on the day.
Elaine Ouston holds a Master of Letters in Creative Writing (MLitt) from Central Queensland University, and a Diploma of Graphic Art. She is a published author of a number of books for children.
She presents writing workshops, edits for other writers, and sets up books for self-publishing at Gondor Writers' Centre.
Through Australian Literary Festivals and Book Fairs she organises literary festivals for schools or libraries. Visit the website for more information: www.austlitfest.com.
She is an experienced writing tutor, editor and designer, and has had many recommendations from students for her workshops.