Plot Your Story @ Armadale Library (with John Harman)

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Date/Time
17/10/2015
10:00 am - 11:30 am

Location
Armadale Public Library
64/10 Orchard Ave, Armadale, 6112


Plot  Your Story @ Armadale Library (with John Harman) at Armadale Public Library

Tap into your creativity and get ready for National Novel Writing Month.

Well known author, ghost writer and script writer John Harman will give you some writing tips that will focus on the various types of plots and how using two or more can give your story some muscle.

Refreshments will be provided. Bookings are essential.

Bookings essential! Click here to book online or call (08) 9399 0125

John Harman is a successful ghostwriter who has written for a living all his working life, first in advertising followed by many years as a journalist in the UK and America and then, as the owner of a small film production company, writing countless documentary, training and corporate film scripts. During that time he was also writing scripts for many popular UK television series.

For the past twenty years, John Harman has earned his living as a writer of both popular novels, with four major (500-page) crime thrillers published by Headline in the UK, as well as many non-fiction books.

He also works as a ghostwriter, speechwriter, scriptwriter, writing mentor and teacher of both creative writing and simple writing for business executives and public service personnel.

John has ghostwritten a number of books, from popular romantic fiction to corporate histories, biographies and autobiographies. His latest book is Arthur’s War, published by Penguin.

Find out more about John Harman on his website, johnharman.com

Click here to book online or call (08) 9399 0125

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