Most writers need help somewhere on their journey. Here you will get help to plan your book, to start writing and keep going, or in the drafting, editing or pitching process.
These intimate sessions are a mix of one-to-one advice and taking action on that advice that will move you on from whatever stage you are now, to get your book written faster.
If you’re finished your book and are ready to prepare your book proposal and synopsis or you want to create a platform for your book, you can do that here too. Jacq will read your synopis or outline in advance ready to advice you as you improve your proposal and writing.
What you get: One-to-one advice as you plot, plan and write. If you want to bounce an idea off the group, there are 3 other writers in the group.
Who is it for: Writers of all levels from beginners to published authors.
What you need to do: Sign up, submit a synopsis of your book in advance for Jacq and the other writers to read and come along ready to get advice from an agent and act upon it in the session.
Led by London Writers’ Club co-founder and Literary Agent, Jacqueline Burns who was commissioning editor at Random House and editorial director at Harper Collins. Full biog here.
Whether you are just starting or have finished writing, 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!’
Price: Three hour session £107. (Join the club and receive the London Writers’ Club Members’ discounted price of £97.)
(*if you don’t have a paypal account, there is an option to pay by card)
Venue: The Cube, 155 Commerical Street, E1,London
When: Dates to be confirmed for 2017.
Happy authors have said:
‘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. I’m now represented by Jacq’s agency and published by Pearson.
Jacq gave me the focus, the motivation and the expertise to complete the job. With her help you increase your chances of winning ten-fold. I was delighted to earn over £20,000 from my book before it was launched!’ Tom Isaacs. Jacq advised me through writing and self-publishing my book for my charity, Shake Well Before Use www.cureparkinsons.org.uk
* Prefer to get help via skype or one-to-one? Email: laura@ londonwritersclub.com