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New York — Thursday, April 21, 2022From 12:00 pm to 1:00 pmLos Angeles — Thursday, April 21, 2022From 9:00 am to 10:00 amLondon — Thursday, April 21, 2022From 5:00 pm to 6:00 pmAthens — Thursday, April 21, 2022From 7:00 pm to 8:00 pmSingapore — Friday, April 22, 2022From 12:00 am to 1:00 amSydney — Friday, April 22, 2022From 2:00 am to 3:00 am


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Is writing a book your lifelong dream? Do you dream in characters, story ideas, villains, and twists? Or perhaps you need to share something you know or have experienced, like a travelogue or guidebook.

These books sometimes begin with so much hope and ambition, but as time catches up, you lose momentum and never finish. It's a shame to imagine all those characters, all those tales of love and loss, and hope and love and fun, that almost made it out into the world - but didn’t.

If you have a story inside you that's begging to be written, then you should write it!

Luke Richardson is an author who knows that writing a book can be tough. In this presentation, Luke will guide you through the process of getting the words out of your imagination and down onto the page.

Join us to learn:

  • How to write a book in just 6 months
  • How to create habits that allow you the freedom to write regularly
  • How to combat the writer’s never-ending struggle with perfectionism
  • How to capture settings effectively
  • What a good timeline is for writing a book
  • The most important pieces of a story

Luke Richardson is the author of several thriller novels, all set in exciting and exotic places. His novels follow the exploits of Leo and Allissa, a pair of missing person’s detectives. He loves imagining the characters in his books, discovering their motivations, and sometimes (but not always) delivering them the justice they deserve. More than that, though, he loves exploring the places his books are set. The locations of his stories are as much a character as the people. Luke is based in England but travels often. He previously taught English in a secondary (high) school but gave that up in 2020 to focus on writing.

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