Where is your voice and how do you find the
right genre for your writing?
Finding your writing voice is one of the keys to unlocking your creative potential. Identifying where in the market your book ‘fits’ is critical
to the development and the potential sale of
Albany Creek Library, Saturday 28 July, 10.30am-11.30am.
your genre can be influenced by an enormous amount of variables. To maximise
your appeal you must know WHO you are writing for, but most importantly, IF
your voice is right for that genre.
About T.M. Clark
Zimbabwe, T.M. Clark completed her primary school years at boarding school in
Bulawayo, but on weekends and holidays she explored their family ranch in
Nyamandhlovu, normally on the back of her horse. Her teenage years were totally
different to her idyllic childhood. After her father died, the family of five
women moved to Kokstad, a rural town at the foot of the Drakensberg Mountains
in South Africa, and the boarding school hostel became her home.
writing fiction in the UK while a stay-at-home mum to her two sons and she
hasn’t looked back.
Now living on
Bribie Island, T.M. Clark combines her passion for storytelling with her love
novel, My Brother-But-One , was shortlisted for the Queensland Literary
Award 2014. She is also the author of novels Shooting Butterflies and Tears of the Cheetah , as well as a novella, The Avoidable Orphan, and a
children’s picture book, Slowly! Slowly! , which are companion books to Child Of Africa .
Dates / Times
|Albany Creek||Saturday, 28 July||10.30am-11.30am||
Bookings for this event are required.
Please note: Due to website processes, sessions may fill prior to showing a 'booked out' or 'wait list' status online.
Albany Creek Library
(07) 3264 5267