How to Write a Book
Tagged as: WRS - Supporting Women's Wellbeing
Would you like to write your own book ? Then you’ve come to the right place ! Julia Greenaway is presenter and producer of ‘How To Write A Book’ on Womens Radio Station. When’s she not working full time as a journalist, Julia is studying Creative Writing at Oxford University’s Department for Continuing Education so join her as she talks to authors, tutors, publishers, agents and anyone who can help answer the question of how to write a book.
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Julia Greenaway has worked in broadcast journalism for more than twenty years. Before she embarked on her Postgraduate Diploma in Journalism at Leeds University, she was a children’s storyteller playing ‘Alice in Wonderland’ at a family theme park. She loves the tradition of storytelling in any form from those passed down the generations around camp fires to old and new writers alike. Her favourite book ? She likes contemporary stories that are honest and true to life like Isabel Losada’s ‘Battersea Park Road To Enlightenment’, books that have a great sense of place and character such as Penelope Fitzgerald’s ‘Offshore’ and she’s a mad keen Agatha Christie fan. Julia is keen to enable more and more women to successfully crack the worlds of writing and broadcasting.