Granite Noir: How to Plan Your Novel (and get it finished) Perfecting Plot, with Killer Women’s Colette McBeth Festival

Granite Noir: How to Plan Your Novel (and get it finished) Perfecting Plot, with Killer Women’s Colette McBeth

This masterclass demystifies the process of novel writing, helps you break down your story into manageable chunks, and shows how plotting will not only get you started, but take you all the way from the beginning to “THE END”. Learn about storyboarding techniques, outlining, character arcs and how to weave suspense into your novel. There will be useful tips (and hacks) for creating and managing multiple timelines and points of view, as well as ways to avoid the dreaded midway dip, and power through to the final chapter.  
  

Colette McBeth is a former BBC TV News Correspondent, whose novels include Precious Thing, The Life I Left Behind, and An Act of  Silence. Her peers say:

“An Act of Silence is intricately plotted and emotionally tense. I loved it.”Clare Mackintosh

“Superbly written and compelling. . . with fabulous plotting.”Amanda Jennings

“Vivid characterisation, great plotting, and a denouement to freeze the blood.”Liz Nugent


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