Friday 2 March, 5.30pm-7.30pm Al Rimal, InterContinental
What is a clue? It’s something your reader didn't notice but, later on, it turned out to be significant. Or it's something your reader noticed, but didn't realise was significant. Or it's something they misinterpreted and only figured out later…
Laying and revealing clues can be pivotal to your plot. This collaborative workshop with writer Greg Mosse will practise building intrigue by laying clever clues for your characters to interpret.
The tutor: Greg Mosse is a highly regarded creative writing teacher, writer and editor with more than 20 years of professional experience. He curates and teaches at the Southbank Centre Creative Writing School and works in story development and consults for stage and screen.