Join bestselling Australian author Amanda Hampson, writer of The Yellow Villa, Sixty Summers, and The French Perfumer, for this unique and practical memoir writing workshop at Hawkesbury Central Library on Thursday 20 February, 10am-1pm.
If you would like to write your memoir or family history but not sure know where to start or if you’re refining a work with the aim of getting your memoir polished and published, Amanda will give you the tools, skills and inspiration you need to take the next step.
Find your voice and turn your story into a compelling read in this popular workshop that will teach you how to get your material organised, find a structure, and turn fragments and memories into stories, craft dialogue and description. Amanda’s experience and
guidance has been invaluable to many creative writers looking to take their writing to a new level, overcome writer’s block, forge some new friendships or simply get that story onto paper.
Amanda has delivered dozens of writing workshops over the past ten years including Writing NSW, Sydney Writers’ Festival, Canberra Writers’ Festival, Orange Writers’ Festival & NSW Society of Women Writers at State Library.
Bookings are essential via www.hawkesburylibrary.eventbrite.com or call 4560 4460.
The three hour workshop costs $30 per person including a light lunch and will be held at Hawkesbury Central Library, 300 George Street, Windsor, on Thursday 20 February, 10am-1pm.