Writing Character in Popular Fiction with Christine Wells
Ask most people what makes a novel memorable and nine times out of ten, they will talk about character. In this interactive workshop, Christine Wells will take attendees through what it takes to make characters leap off the page, how to write sparkling dialogue and how to show the internal arc of a character as they move through the story. Participants will also gain an understanding of story beats, setting and character totems.
Workshop for intermediate to emerging writers. More information on program formats and level definitions can be found here.
About Christine Wells
Christine Wells is a former corporate lawyer who gave up her career to write full time. She writes historical fiction for Penguin Random House Australia, with The Wife’s Tale, The Traitor’s Girl and The Juliet Code. She has also published 10 historical romance novels with Berkley and St. Martin’s Press in New York. Her books have been translated variously into German, Dutch, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian and Japanese. Christine was the first Australian to win the Romance Writers of America Golden Heart award and has been nominated twice for the RITA and for several awards from the Australian Romance Readers’ Association.
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
Unless otherwise stated, QWC workshops and events are suitable for participants aged 16 years and over. If you are under 18 years of age, please check with us for suitability before purchasing a ticket.
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Information on getting to the State Library of Queensland can be found here.
What can I bring into the event?
You can bring either pen and paper or a laptop along with you to write with. If you do bring a laptop, please remember to bring a power adaptor if necessary.
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