Meet your tutor
Simon Wroe’s first novel Chop Chop was shortlisted for the Costa First Novel Award, longlisted for Desmond Elliott Prize and the winner of a Betty Trask Award. His second novel Here Comes Trouble was published in April 2017 and was shortlisted for the Everyman Bollinger Wodehouse prize. He writes books and arts reviews for the Economist and features for the Guardian.
Lesson 1 – Character
Learn how to come up with characters, how to make them believable and how to make them compelling for readers.
Lesson 2 – Openings
This lesson is all about nailing the opening of your story from the set up to the inciting incident.
Lesson 3 – Scenes
The final lesson of this mini-course is all about using scenes to convey the action and events in your story.