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How to create characters readers love (and love to hate) - a writing workshop with Sarah Gates

WHEN:
Saturday 14 July
Time:
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Topic:
Libraries
Type:
Workshop
Audience:
Resident, Senior, Business, Visitor, Adult
Cost:
- 5.00
Bookings:
Required
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Booking Information

Bookings essential via telephone 8375 6755 or in person at any Marion Library Service branch.

Great characters live in the hearts of their readers. This workshop will help you create compelling characters of your own. Use tropes with a twist; develop a strong voice; write motivations and complex personalities; and learn how characters overlap with genre, plotting, dialogue and point of view. Bring a laptop or pen and paper, and get ready for plenty of ideas, exercises and tips to get you through the first draft of a novel. Presenter Sarah Gates is the author of Love Elimination and a freelance writer for Junkee, Voiceworks and InDaily. Sarah has appeared on panels at National Young Writers Festival and Sydney Writers Festival.

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