Weston Writers’ Night: How to Write a Good Book with Kesia Lupo

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Date(s) - 10/09/2020
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

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We’ve all been there – curled up on the sofa with a book we just can’t put down, engrossed in a story so captivating that we will stay up all night just to find out what happens next. But how do you write a book like that? And what happens when you finish writing, before your word document becomes a real-life book?

At this Writers’ Night, we’ll be talking all about how you can create brilliant stories that instantly hook your readers, as well as the more practical steps you can take to, one day, get your work on a bookshelf.

We’ll be joined by Kesia Lupo, author of We are Blood and Thunder, and Senior Editor at Chicken House Books, as we discuss all of the elements that make a good book. Kesia has helped countless authors perfect their work, ready for print, as well as crafting her own thrilling YA novel. She’ll be sharing her experiences of working in the book trade, as well as her advice for writing a good story.

There will also be a showcase of local writers (do get in touch if you’d like to share your work!) and a creative exercise to make sure you leave the evening raring to write.

Tickets are available here: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/writersnightwithkesialupo/register

Weston Writers’ Nights is a supportive space for budding writers of all ages and abilities to come together and learn more about the exciting, sometimes bewildering world of publishing, fiction and writing. We’re passionate about good stories, connecting people and most importantly, empowering writers.

More about Kesia Lupo:

Kesia Lupo studied History at Oxford before going on to complete an MA in Creative Writing at Bath Spa University. Her debut novel, We Are Blood and Thunder, a Young Adult fantasy, was published in 2019 by Bloomsbury and has recently been released in the US. She is a Senior Editor at Chicken House Books, and previously worked in editorial for Pan Macmillan. She was shortlisted for the Trailblazer award in 2017 and was longlisted for the Branford Boase Award in 2017 and 2019.

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