Writing the Dream

Many thanks to Liz Byrski for the heads up!

Liz Byrski

I’m delighted to be able to tell you about a terrific new book for anyone who is an aspiring writer. Writing the Dream, recently published by Serenity Press, here in Western Australia, is packed full of valuable advice, useful tips, and the inspiring personal experiences of 24 writers who have achieved their dreams of publication.

There is great advice from Deborah Burrows and Anna Jacobs on writing historical fiction. Crime writer Felicity Young writes about her efforts to get started as a wriwriting-the-dream-v4ter. Natasha Lester whose third novel, was published earlier this year and became a best seller, describes the challenge of changing from literary to popular fiction, and the cliff hanging process of finding a publisher. And Sara Foster has valuable advice on place, setting, character and much more.  These are just a few of the diverse group of authors who have contributed to making this book…

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The Write Advice

An opportunity not to be missed.

Liz Byrski

I am very excited to be involved with The Write Advice Curtin Writing and Publishing Flash Mob at this year’s Margaret River Readers and Writers Festival.

Is the first chapter of your book buried in the bottom draw? Do you have a short story languishing in a computer file, or are you struggling with a memoir that was begging to be written but stalled when you started to write it? Whatever your writing dream – if what you need most is some professional advice from someone who has read and considered an extract of your work, then this is the event for you.

On Saturday 4th June,  poets, editors, publishers and creative writing lecturers from Curtin University and Fremantle Press, will be available on the Curtin University Margaret River campus. We will provide feedback, in 20-minute, face to face sessions, free of charge, to writers who have submitted…

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