I shall be trundling (wrong verb) down the motorway to do this event with the Creative Writing North West group.
Here are some of the details if you fancy coming along!
Friends Meeting House, 6 Mount Street , Manchester
In this session, Dr Sarah Dobbs will discuss her writing process and practice from initial idea, to full-length novel. Sarah will explore how she developed and created compelling characters, handled challenging narratives and also discuss the importance of editing. There will be some useful advice on publishers and agents, along with an open Q and A session at the end.
Sarah’s novel, Killing Daniel, was nominated for the Guardian’s ‘Not the Booker prize’ in 2013.
About Dr Sarah Dobbs:
Sarah Dobbs has a PhD and MA in Creative Writing from Lancaster University. She is a lecturer in Creative Writing at the University of Sunderland and has previously taught at MMU, Edge Hill, Manchester and on the Guardian Masterclass series. She’s the founder of Creative Writing the Artist’s Way and her debut crime novel, Killing Daniel, was published in 2012 by Unthank. She’s currently completing her second novel, Death Day. Previous credits include the BBC, Bolton Octagon, Litro, Flax and Flybe’s inflight Magazine! You can visit her at https://sarahjanedobbs.wordpress.com
‘Killing Daniel’ can be bought here: