“Hooked on reading crime? Ever wanted to write in this hugely popular genre? Want to find out if it’s really for you?
This is a great place to answer some, if not all, of those questions.
Local, best selling crime author, Tim Weaver, will be holding a workshop, where he will reveal how he got started, give tips, answer questions and introduce exercises designed to help the budding author in you create atmosphere, introduce a strong lead character and develop a compelling plot.”
The workshop will be hosted on Wednesday, 9th November 2011, from 6.30pm – 8.30pm, by:
Mr B’s Emporium of Reading Delights
14/15 John Street, Bath, BA1 2JL
The event is being organised by Alexandra Wilson and Jude Higgins, who are collectively ‘Writing Events Bath’. Tickets for the event are £26 each and payment details can be found on the site, by clicking on the link above.
‘Writing Events Bath’ are a member organisation of the cfba ‘Cultural Forum For The Bath Area’
Established in 2008, the Cultural Forum is an independent coalition of cultural and sports organisations – all producing events, festivals and cultural activities or running venues in and around the Bath and North East Somerset area – who have agreed to work with one another for mutual benefit and the benefit of the area overall.
About Tim Weaver
Tim Weaver was born in 1977. At eighteen, he left school and started working in magazine journalism, and has since gone on to develop a successful career writing about films, TV, sport, games and technology. He considers himself lucky to have written about the things he loves for both some of the biggest magazine brands and some of the smallest specialist publications in the world.
Apart from film and sport, his love of books has helped to shape his life, although he admits to being a relatively late convert to crime and thriller writing.
Some of the most well known and biggest names in the genre have influenced Tim’s career; Stephen King, John Connolly, Michael Connelly and Lee Child, being amongst his own top ten, so he is in pretty good company.
Chasing the Dead was his first novel, which he admits probably took about ten years from conception to publication. The sequel book The Dead Tracks certainly came along much more quickly, in fact it was already started before ‘Chasing The Dead’ was even finished. Book three is on the editor’s desk as we speak, with book four on the drawing board.
He is married with a young daughter and lives near Bath UK, which is great, because this fan of crime fiction doesn’t live a million miles away from Bath (well 12 miles to be exact), so I am also promoting a local author which is fantastic.
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