News from our AGM and a proposal to reinvigorate our Informal Meetings.
Our next meeting will feature historical fiction author Clare Harvey who has written three novels set during World War 2.
Our March formal meeting was a rather fantastical affair with Julie Malone of New Writers UK.
Our next workshop will be taken by Julie Malone on the subject of Fantasy, the genre that really lets your imagination run wild!
Review of our Short Story Workshop with Megan Taylor, which had something of an animal theme.
News of our next workshop on Short Stories by Megan Taylor (Thurs 2 Feb), plus a temporary venue change!
At our January 5th meeting Nick Rowe talked about the delights of blogging. He gave an excellent power point presentation which was extremely informative. We were shown how to write a page such as this and how to link to other web sites. Nick's enthusiasm for connecting with other writers via a blog was obvious and he…
Wow. Very meta, as the kids these days say. Anyway, this is a pre-prepared piece of text describing the process of posting some content on to a blog, which will be done ‘live’ during Nick’s talk on Blogging. First of all, you need access to a blog. There are many out there to choose from…
On Thursday 5th January we kick off our 2017 programme of events with a talk by Nick Rowe on blogging. What is it? Who does it? And why? If you like to write then Nick will explain why a blog can be a valuable tool for any budding author or poet. He'll also attempt to cover how to set up your own blog, but technical guffery will be kept to a minimum!
Details of a great talk by Brick on travel writing, plus a few other things the group got up to in November & December.