Graeme Simsion studied as a screenwriter before becoming a novelist, and wrote the international bestseller The Rosie Project as a screenplay before ‘reverse adapting’ it as a novel. He continues to use screenwriting techniques in his novels, particularly to develop structure, but also to inform virtually every aspect of storytelling. Graeme shares these techniques in a conversational format. Expect to learn principles, techniques and tips for plot, character development, dialogue, editing and more.
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