Write a Bestseller Masterclass: 6 months of workshops & one-to-one
Get one-to-one advice and work on your book under the guidance of an agent
Most writers need help somewhere on their journey. In this masterclass series you will get help to evaluate your book, to revise and edit with confidence, to keep going, and to start the pitching process.
These intimate sessions are a mix of one-to-one advice, masterclass and taking action on that advice that will move you on from whatever stage you are now, to get your book written faster and with confidence. You’ll also be set homework and will have a one-to-one Skype session with Jacq each month.
If you’ve just an idea or an outline, Jacq can help. Or if you’re started your novel or non-fiction book and are ready to redraft, make your work commercial, think about your book proposal and synopsis you can do that here. Jacq will read a sample of your writing plus your synopis or outline in advance ready to advise you as you improve your proposal and writing.
What you get: Group workshop and one-to-one advice as you plot, write, edit and refine your book. If you want to bounce an idea off the group, there are 4 other writers in the group and we’ve had great sparks, and support, in this way.
What do you need to do:
For the fiction masterclass – it helps to have a summary or outline of your novel idea.
For the non-fiction masterclass, an idea, a page, an outline.
What you need to do: Email email@example.com with a synopsis of your book and she will arrange for you to speak with Jacq.
Led by London Writers’ Club co-founder and Literary Agent, Jacq Burns who was commissioning editor at Random House and editorial director at Harper Collins.
Whether you are on your first or fifth book, we check your progress and show you how to move your book on to the next level.
‘You can save valuable time and money with Jacq’s advice; it’s worth its weight in gold at any stage of your book.’
‘I forgot all my fears and wrote 3,000 words without stopping!’
Happy authors who’ve worked with Jacq:
‘The direction in your feedback was the crucial ingredient in propelling me to a place where I could actually finish the story.’ Sharon Lewis I went on to secure a two book deal with Penguin/Random House, my first novel is Don’t Stand so Close.
‘I arrived with just a few book ideas, months later I had a book deal with a major publisher.’ John Williams, author of Screw Work, Let’s Play.
‘…Incredibly clued up and informative – you completely hit the spot. I feel very excited about my book and have great information to take away. ’ Suzy Greaves, Psychologies magazine editor & Coach www.thebig-leap.com
* Prefer to get help via skype or one-to-one? Email: laura@ londonwritersclub.com