Friday, 4 May 2012

1 May 2012 How to Cheat at Novel Writing

Or 'How to Construct Aid Memoirs for Writing a Novel'

Anne Funnell gave a comprehensive talk on how to organise and keep track of essential information when writing long fiction. She stressed the importance of keeping characters, places, times and other data, in order and easily accessible, to avoid mistakes.
Paul Taylor gave a vote of thanks for the helpful demonstrations commenting that they will be invaluable to anyone embarking on creating a complicated piece of work.

 Taking Notes
Anne Funnell Answering Questions

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