Are you a romance buff? Have you read almost all the Mills and Boons you could lay your hands on? Learn how to write characters, build suspense, plot scenes and have climaxes that readers will never expect. Join Aastha Atray in our 'How To Write Romance' workshop!
This weekend workshop will break down what a good romance story is. What are the main characteristics and how can we make it a romance that people will remember. Who is the ideal hero and heroine? Aastha will take you through how to first ideate, then structure your story. The main focus will be to help you use your imagination and go wild. That’s what a good romance is—where nothing is impossible. At the end of the workshop, you will know how to start your story, and how to make sure you keep going till the end. You will also get crucial tips on how to get published.
Saturday 13th February 2021.
11:00 AM to 01:00 PM
Age Limit: 16 & Above
Aastha Atray has been a journalist for 18 years and has worked at Asian Age, ELLE, Tehelka, Open, DNA, HT and is currently an assistant editor at Sunday Midday in Mumbai. She wrote her first book which was India’s second indigenous Mills & Boon, called ‘His Monsoon Bride’ in 2011, and then wrote her second book ‘Games Girls Play’ (about female friendships and love) with Rupa in 2014. She wrote a third book called Crave which she self-published on KDP in 2016. Her fourth book, ‘All Tied Up’, released on Juggernaut last month. Her latest book on modern love will be released with Harper Collins India in February 2021. She is also a singer and released her first song, ‘Pretty Boy’ in February in 2017 and her second song in August, and they are both playing on VH1, channel V and 9X0. Her fourth song released this year as well. On a daily basis, she writes poetry/microfiction on Instagram, which has got her a steady following. The fourth season of her love and relationship podcast, Love Aaj Kal, is live on Spotify as a Spotify Original.
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