Working on your novel? Want advice to help you get to the next level or give structure to your writing?
You could have a one-to-one mentoring session with an established novelist and instructor at BritMums Live!
Amanda Jennings is offering a one-to-one 45-minute mentoring session at #BML16 where she will discuss any aspect of your writing or the submission process and offer advice and tips tailored to your personal requirements.
Here?s how to apply:
Submit 500 words of the work you would like to discuss, plus a short (quarter of a page) synopsis by email to [email protected] with the subject line ?Mentoring? by May 10, 2016. The successful candidate will be notified by June 1, 2016.
The successful candidate will be selected on merit by Amanda or the BritMums team.
To take advantage you must be attending BritMums Live 2016 on Saturday 25 June at The Brewery, 52 Chiswell Street, EC1Y 4SD. Register now!
Amanda Jennings studied Architecture at university and then changed to History of Art when it became apparent she wasn?t much good at designing building. She used to work at the BBC and now writes psychological thrillers. She is the author of three novels. Her debut, Sworn Secret, was a Kindle bestseller in the UK, US and Italy, and her second book, The Judas Scar, has been optioned by a television production company. Her third, In Her Wake, a psychological thriller set in Cornwall, was published earlier this year. She is a regular guest on BBC Berkshire?s Book Club and a judge for the Henley Youth Festival writing competition. She lives just outside Henley-on-Thames with her husband, three daughters and a menagerie of pets. When not writing she can generally be found loitering on social media.
Don?t miss Amanda?s #BML16 workshop, Finding your voice as a writer.
About Jennifer Howze
Jennifer Howze is the Creative Director and co-founder of BritMums. She blogs about family travel at Jenography.net, tweets at @JHowze and Instagrams at @JHowze. Previously, she wrote the Alpha Mummy blog at The Times and as a journalist has contributed to The Times, The Guardian, The Independent, The Wall Street Journal, Travel & Leisure, Budget Travel, CNN.com, Allure, SELF and Premiere, among others. She won The Maggie Award from the Planned Parenthood Federation of America for a health article in Seventeen magazine.