Scrivener For Novelists @ Ruth Faulkner Public Library (with Rebecca Laffar-Smith)

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Date/Time
12/10/2015
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location
Ruth Faulkner Public Library
215 Wright Street, Cloverdale, 6015


Scrivener For Novelists @ Ruth Faulkner Public Library (with Rebecca Laffar-Smith) at Ruth Faulkner Public Library

Plan, Develop, Outline, Write, and Publish your stories with this comprehensive software built for novelists.

In this brief two-hour workshop, experienced novelist Rebecca Laffar-Smith, introduces writers to the comprehensive novel-writing software especially built for novelists, non-fiction writers, and screenwriters.

Learn how Scrivener can help you bring together your story ideas, outline your book, develop your characters and settings, and keep track of all the research, maps, and websites that help you write your story. But most importantly, learn how you can move seamlessly from basic word processing software such as Microsoft’s Word into this complete writing studio and get started writing your story simply and easily; learning the bells and whistles as you need them.

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This event allows for a hands on approach so feel free to download a copy of Scrivener for Windows or Mac and begin your 30-day free trial in October. Then bring your laptop to the workshop and follow along as Rebecca walks you through the process, or watch Rebecca show you from her own computer and keep notes so that you can use the software when you get home.

All registered participants will receive free email support from Rebecca until December 20th, 2015 to help you get a handle on Scrivener for the entire Write Along The Highway writers festival.

Places are limited and bookings are essential so contact the Ruth Faulkner Public Library on (08) 9477 7150 to reserve your place.

Bec-Headshot-02a_201406_200x300Rebecca Laffar-Smith is a publisher, children’s author, and novelist. In 2010 she gave up a successful 12-year freelance career to focus on her three loves; family, community, and fiction. She self-published her debut novel, ‘The Flight of Torque’ in June 2014. Later, Rebecca established Aulexic, a small publishing house specialising in books for children with language and literacy difficulties. In May 2015 Aulexic launched the first three titles in the ‘P.I. Penguin’ series. Rebecca also coordinates the Write Along The Highway Writer’s Festival, supporting local writers and bringing industry events and awareness into the community, while continuing to develop an ever growing catalogue of books both for children and adults in a range of genres, including romance, science fiction, and fantasy.

Places are limited and bookings are essential so contact the Ruth Faulkner Public Library on (08) 9477 7150 to reserve your place.



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