Natasha Lester, Author

READER EVENTS

Historical Novel Society Conference – Melbourne

I went to the inaugural Historical Novel Society of Australasia Conference in 2015 and it was fabulous so I’m really excited to be appearing there this year as a speaker! Earlybird conference registration tickets are now available, and I’ll be speaking on a panel about writing historical fiction set outside Australia.

When: Saturday, 9th September at 2.15pm

Where: Swinburne University, Hawthorn

Bookings: Information about the full conference program and my session can be found here.

WORKSHOPS AND COURSES FOR WRITERS

PERTH – Plotting Masterclass

I’m running my Plotting Masterclass again in Perth. This booked out in record time last time I ran it so hop in quick. There’s also a special earlybird price for those who book early.

Date: 26th August, 2017

Where: The Grove Library Community Centre, 1 Leake Street, Peppermint Grove

More Details: Please click here for more information and to book.

Introduction to Novel Writing

This course is designed for those at the early stages of writing a book, or for those just starting out. We’ll cover the novelist’s toolkit of plot, character, point of view, voice, setting, dialogue, writing process and lots more.

Date: 14th October, 2017

Where: The Grove Library Community Centre, 1 Leake Street, Peppermint Grove

More Details: Please click here for more information and to book.

Rockingham Writers Convention

I’ll be presenting a session about Writing Compelling Heroines at the Rockingham Writers Convention in September. If you’d like to know how to get the reader on side with your heroine, and how to create heroines who readers adore, then this session is for you.

Date: 16 September, 2017

Where: Mary Davies Library and Community Centre, Baldivis

More Details: Please click here to find the full program for the convention, including more details on my session.

Pitch Your Novel: How to Attract Agents and Publishers

Who is it for?: Anyone who has a completed or near-completed fiction or memoir manuscript and is ready to find out how to get agents and publishers interested in their work. Or, anyone who’s keen to know what they need to do after they finish writing their book.

When is it on?: All the time! This is available as an online, on-demand course which you can take anywhere in the world and at any time through the Australian Writers’ Centre.

Click here for more information and to book.

2 Hours to Scrivener Power

Who is it for?: Anyone who’s heard of Scrivener and isn’t sure if it’s right for them, or anyone who has been using Scrivener to write a book but feels they aren’t getting the most out of the program.

When is it on?: All the time! This is available as an online, on-demand course which you can take anywhere in the world and at any time through the Australian Writers’ Centre.

Click here for more information and to book.

Book Natasha for a Workshop or Talk

If you’d like to book Natasha Lester for a writing course or workshop, or for an author talk, you can find more information about how to do so here.

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