Time to Write: Emily Winslow's 49 lessons for writing a novel
Have you always wanted to write a novel?
Crime writer Emily Winslow will help you develop the mindset and skills to get you started, keep you going, and see you through.
Emily has published four crime novels and a memoir with major international publishers. Her new book, Time to Write, contains 49 lessons about the writing and publication process, each easy to read and packed with insights based on her time teaching creative writing and her own experience as an author.
Join Emily as she gives a sneak peek into the stories and lessons in Time to Write. If you have ever been curious about the surprises and challenges of writing a novel or you want to try your hand at writing one yourself, this is the talk, and the book, for you.
After the event, Emily will sign copies of Time to Write, which will be available to purchase.
About the speaker
Emily Winslow is the author of a series of Cambridge-set crime novels and the memoir Jane Doe January. Born and raised in the US, she trained as an actor and has a master's degree in museum studies. She now lives in Cambridge with her husband and two sons, and teaches for the Cambridge Creative Writing Company and the University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education, where she's recently been made Course Director for the Crime and Thriller Writing master’s degree.