Non-Fiction Architecture: Structuring Books with Tim Falconer
October 16 @ 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm$20.00 – $25.00
Non-Fiction Architecture: Structuring Books
Are you a writer or an architect? The right structure isn’t just a gift for your readers, it makes the writing easier and helps you sell your book to a publisher. Tim will teach us about how he structured his last two books (one a mix of memoir, science and culture; the other historical non-fiction) as well as the book he’s working on currently.
Join Tim in real life at the Newmarket Public Library on October 16 at 1:30 p.m. Light refreshments will be served.
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Bio — Tim Falconer
Tim Falconer is the author of five non-fiction books. His most recent one, Klondikers: Dawson City’s Stanley Cup Challenge and How a Nation Fell in Love with Hockey, made The Globe and Mail’s Top 100 of 2021 list. Before that, Bad Singer: The Surprising Science of Tone Deafness and How We Hear Music made the Globe’s Top100 of 2016 list and was a finalist for the Lane Anderson Award. He is currently writing a book about the 1964 mining scandal that remade the Toronto Stock Exchange.