In storytelling, place and space can be used to set a mood for the reader and also influence a character’s decision or action. Senses — of taste, smell, sound, touch — help create vivid mental imagery. Adequate use of these concepts not only makes your writing sharp but also unforgettable. In this masterclass award-winning author of the critically-acclaimed novels The Dragonfly Sea and Dust will teach you how to create a deeply textured, riveting story carrying these elements. The masterclass will cover tips to consider before choosing a place/space to set your story and how to make your story come alive by engaging your readers’ five senses.
Place, Space and the SensesYvonne Adhiambo Owuor
Date: Saturday, 03 December 2022
Time: 10AM GMT
Duration: 2 hours (with time for Q&A)
Class size: 20 max
This masterclass will take place online via Zoom and is open to students from anywhere.
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