Writing Birmingham cop DCI Matt Proctor crime novels

Let’s Talk Murder…

Broad Street, the Bullring, Victoria Square, Spaghetti Junction, the Clent Hills – people who know Birmingham and the Black Country tell me they like to read my fictional stories set in real places – locations they have personally stood in, drove through, where they have ‘stopped and stared’.

What about characters, plots and sub-plots, timelines, structure, conflict and all the other components of novel-writing? How are they worked into a novel?

Scenes are the building blocks of a novel? Is it ‘wise’ to use real places?  Real people???

Come and chat with me whether you are mainly a writer, a reader or both.

WHEN: 19th May 2015, 5.45-7.00pm (Free event)

WHERE: The Library of Birmingham, Centenary Square, Birmingham.

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Off the Page with Tom Bryson – Library of Birmingham

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