This practical half-day workshop will give writers a better understanding of why they need to conduct research, how to do it and when to stop. It will focus on the needs of those writing long-form narrative fiction (novels, TV and screenplays).
You will leave the workshop with a list of research questions, tools and resources, a specific plan for your project and a writing sample that shows just how easy it is to write good fiction using research.
J.T. Clay holds two degrees and has spent the last fifteen years using her research and writing skills in professional roles. Her first book, A Single Girl's Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse, involved more research than she expected. Her second, a historical fiction novel, attracted government arts funding based on its study requirements.