Beginner Novel Writing


Next Available: 17 Oct 9:30AM
3.0 hours

Description

Get started on your writing journey here. Gain writing skills and confidence. A fun and informative course in a relaxed and encouraging environment. 

This course has a focus on novel writing, but the skills and techniques learnt can be applied to other styles of writing such as short stories and personal narratives.  

About Tania Chandler

An expert Tutor and local author. Tania Chandler is a Melbourne-based writer and editor, published in Australia, the UK and Germany. Both her books were shortlisted for Davitt awards, and her debut novel, Please Don’t Leave Me Here, was also shortlisted for a Ned Kelly award and selected for State Library Victoria’s Summer Read program. Tania is currently working on a third book.


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Class Schedule

Class runs for 6 weeks every Tuesday except Melbourne Cup day 7/11.  Duration 3 hours per session.

What you will learn
  • The skills and confidence to write creatively
  • Methods and techniques to create and structre your writing
  • Review and feedback on your work from locally acclaimed writer
What you will get
  • Learn the tricks of the trade from expert tutor and local author Tania Chandler.
  • pply the code BRIDGE to receive $20 off if paid before Friday the 22nd of September.

What to wear

Business casual

Appropriate for

Aspiring novelists and creative writers


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