Felsted author teaches the write way
A FELSTED author is running a programme for budding writers after seeing his latest book go on sale. Paul Bennett s fifth book, Catalyst – which is for the crime thriller audience – was published last week. Now he is holding a series of How to Write a No
A FELSTED author is running a programme for budding writers after seeing his latest book go on sale.
Paul Bennett's fifth book, Catalyst - which is for the crime thriller audience - was published last week.
Now he is holding a series of 'How to Write a Novel' workshops this autumn, which runs for two hours on a Thursday evening for four weeks.
He will give first hand advice about how to write a novel to any wannabe writers, including helpful information about creating a plot and characters.
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Crime series writer Mr Bennett said that his latest book proved to be a change.
"My previous books were all written in the first person; Catalyst is written in the third person, which is a real technical difference," he said.
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"It is a completely separate book from my previous novels, so there had to be new characters and new interests."
Catalyst is a tale of murder, blackmail and kidnapping and follows the story a petrochemicals giant which is set to become number one in the world, by producing an enzyme which converts plastic into fertiliser.
Anyone who is interested in taking part in Mr Bennett's writing programme should contact him on PBenn18164@aol.com