MEMOIR - Tutor Ron Day
We all have a wealth of stories to tell and one of the great joys is to be able to write those stories for others.
A memoir is a great opportunity to express an individual story in a unique manner that is not limited to chronological order. Readers expect them to be intimate and to provide personal insights into the lives of the characters.
While you can exercise creative license in the structure, style and even formatting of the work, there are technical rules that must be followed. However, the writing should reflect the writer's character and creativity and convey emotion.
How to get this right to make an interesting and compelling read is covered in this workshop.
Free email evaluations are available.
Please send the first 10 pages of your work-in-progress as a Word document by February 20th. You will receive your report at the workshop.
Date: Saturday, March 6th, 2021.
Workshop Time: 1pm to 3pm.
Where: Room C, Yeppoon Community Centre, 80 John St, Yeppoon.
Call 0417 351 717 or email email@example.com for more information.
Ron Day holds a PhD from
Central Queensland University, and is a published author of a series of text books for use in primary, secondary, and tertiary schools and colleges.
He has had more than 30 years experience in teaching and writing.
He has a children's book coming out this year and is writing his family memoir, a historical fiction novel, and a series of crime fiction novellas.
Cost $35. Includes a FREE evaluation.
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