The Workers’ Educational Association is hosting a course in novel writing at Halifax Central Library starting this Saturday, January 17, enabling you to make a creative start to 2015.
At time of writing there were still some places left on the “Starting a novel” course which is being tutored by Anna Turner.
In all it comprises four sessions, each lasting five and a half hours, on Saturdays January 17, February 14, March 14 and April 10, each starting at 10.30am at Halifax Central Library, Northgate, Halifax.
It costs £69.30 or is free if you are on an income-based benefit.
If you have wanted to write a novel, you might have an idea, a rough draft, some notes or just enthusiasm. On this course, you will cover all aspects of novel writing, so you can start writing and keep writing.
If you’d like to enrol, you can do so online at https://enrolonline.wea.org.uk/Online/2014/CourseInfo.aspx or ring 0113 2453304, quoting course reference C3664435.
A WEA spokesperson said: “Go on, the time is now! Make a creative start to 2015. Anna Turner writes under the name Anna Chilvers and you can find her books in library stock.”