It's a crime! (Or a mystery…)

Want to write crime and be published? Want to learn from the professionals?

And want to have fun while you do so?  Well if you do, you'll pleased to know of the second authonomy workshop from HarperCollins coming on Saturday, 11 December.  The information communiqué is reproduced below.  And do click on the link for more information.  You'll find of bags of it to assist in your decision-making and plans.  As Oscar Wilde said, the only way to get rid of temptation is to yield to it, so book soon before it's too late!



On Saturday 11th December 2010, will go live once again for the next in its fantastic series of writing workshops.

The first workshop ran in July and was hugely successful and enjoyable, with great feedback across the board from the attendees. This time around, the day will focus on Crime and Thriller Writing, offering writers in those genres expert advice and guidance from authors, agents and publishing industry professionals.

The day will cover topics such as characterisation, plot and suspense, as well as a Q&A session in which attendees can find out everything they want to know about publishing in general.

With exclusive access inside one of the UK’s biggest publishing houses, the authonomy workshop series is one of the most exciting and interesting around, not least because it offers the best value, with tickets priced at just £150.

Tutors for the Crime and Thriller workshop include:
– bestselling authors Meg Gardiner and Claire Seeber
– literary agent Camilla Wray from the Darley Anderson agency
– HarperCollins Publishing Director (not to mention Agatha Christie’s publisher) David Brawn
– HarperCollins editors Kate Bradley and Rachel Rayner (who is also an editor on the Killer Reads website)

Tickets are selling fast, but there is time to book your place. Click here to find out more.


One comment on “Want to write crime and be published? Want to learn from the professionals?

  1. Dorte H
    October 29, 2010

    Oh, you mean I´ll have to go to England to do that?
    Perhaps next year …. ;D

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