Calling all budding Crime and Thriller Writers

authonomyblogheaderKiller Reads is thrilled to bring you news of a writing workshop specifically for those who write within the Crime and Thriller genre. Put together by our colleagues at authonomy.com, it’s going to take place on Saturday 11th December here at the HarperCollins offices.

The day will cover topics such as characterisation, plot and suspense, as well as a Q&A session in which attendees can find out everything they want to know about publishing in general.

Tutors for the Crime and Thriller workshop include:

Bestselling authors Meg Gardiner and Claire Seeber

Literary agent Camilla Wray from the Darley Anderson agency

HarperCollins’ Publishing Director (not to mention Agatha Christie’s publisher) David Brawn

HarperCollins editors Kate Bradley and Rachel Rayner (who is also an editor on the Killer Reads website)

Tickets are selling fast, but there is time to book your place. Click here to find out more.

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