Using Emotion to Develop Location
6 March @ 18:30 - 21:30
About this Event
Location is every bit as vital as character when it comes to story creation. It’s impossible to develop a location on paper without applying our own emotions, perceptions and preconceptions.
Learn to create the perfect location for your fiction- whether it’s a cupboard, town, city or planet. Use your own geographical experiences and the application of your five senses to correctly build a sense of place that fits your genre, your time period and your plot line.
This friendly and informative workshop uses discussion and writing exercises to help new and experienced writers use their experiences to perfect the creation of place in fiction. The overall aim is to improve the portrayal of location in fiction.
About Jenny Kane
Jenny lives in Devon and writes contemporary fiction, romance, and children’s picture books. She also writes medieval mystery novels and audio scripts for ITV as Jennifer Ash. Occasionally Jenny masquerades as award winning erotica writer, Kay Jaybee. She is published by HeadlineAccent, LittwitzPress, Mammoth, Penguin, and ITV.
Jenny is a member the Romantic Novelists’ Association and the Society of Authors. Jenny has a PhD in Medieval History. She has been teaching creative writing classes to adults and children for twelve years in-between writing her novels, novellas & short stories. Jenny is the co-founder of Imagine creative writing workshops.
Book your place
Tickets cost £25 for NWS members and £30 for general admission. Book your place below, or to find out more about joining NWS, head to our membership page.