Get back to your writing after the Summer break and join a two hour creative writing session with Alex and Jude Tuesday September 13th 2016, 10.30 am-12,30 pm at Hall and Woodhouse cafe
Cost: £26.00 Booking below via paypal (or any card as a paypal guest).
6 PLACES LEFT – this workshop is a great way to test us out before signing up for any longer writing groups. Come and meet Alex and Jude.
Lots of writing exercises with prompts to nurture your imagination and get you writing. No pressure to read out if you don’t want to! You can use these exercises for your ongoing projects or for new writing. Come and meet other writers and be inspired – suitable for beginners and experienced writers.
If you prefer to pay by cheque or bank transfer contact us. Please read our terms and conditions about refunds. Thank you.
Join Alex and Jude for their Autumn 2016 series of five creative writing sessions in Bath Central Library, The Podium, Bath.
Dates: 10.30 am – 12.30 pm, Thursday mornings 13th, 20th, 27th October. A one week gap, then 10th and 17th November.
One place left. Please contact us to book. Payment now by cheque or bank transfer. £90 for the series.
The groups are informal and friendly and suitable for beginners and experienced writers. We’ll introduce a variety of writing exercises using prompts to motivate you to start a new writing project, or to keep going with your novel, short story, memoir, etc. We also provide handouts with teaching points on different aspects of creative writing. Come to have fun and meet other writers.
Read course terms and conditions here
SOLD OUT.. but please contact them if keen to come, we think there may be one cancellation.
Starting on September 20th 2016, we’re running four sessions of creative writing at the American Museum, Bath using some of the museum artefacts to get you writing. Book now – places going – via the Museum contact form, linked below. The fee for the course also includes admission to the Museum so you can take a tour afterwards, visit the cafe and wander the gardens. Here’s the description from their brochure:
“Using objects from the Museum’s collection as prompts, Alex and Jude will inspire you with their creative writing exercises and help you find your writing voice. Sessions are fun, informal, and will explore character development, point of view, and plot, among other subjects. The sessions are suitable for complete beginners or for writers who would like an inspirational boost.”
This course is held over Tuesday 20 and 27 September, and 4 and 11 October, 10am – 12.30pm.
£85 for whole course – to register call 01225 820866 or use museum contact form.”
Hope to see you there!
This week’s prompt by Jude.
Write about something you have never forgotten. Use as much detail as possible, both foreground and background. Write fast, non-stop until you’ve finished.
And don’t forget our one-off writing session on September 13th in Bath if you want more inspiration.
Prompt to get you writing from Alex:An English village cricket match. But something is about to happen. What and why? What’s the story?
Update on Autumn events: I place left for writing group. We believe there is a cancellation on our course at the American Museum, so worth checking and several places on our workshop Sept. 13th to get you back to writing after the Summer. Email for any more info and take a look on our website.
This week’s prompt by Jude.
Ian McEwan’s novel, Enduring Love begins with a highly dramatic event involving a hot-air balloon, which has repercussions for years following the incident. A great read. The film of the novel is also worth watching. Why not write your own story featuring a hot-air balloon? If you are near Bristol and want more inspiration, the Bristol Balloon Fiesta is on this weekend – so many different balloons crowding the skyline.
For a further boost to your writing and to try a variety of prompts, visual and otherwise, come to our morning session Write Outside The Box on September 13th in Hall and Woodhouse Cafe. Six places left.
Alex’ prompt: Shells. If you have one, hold it up to your ear and describe what you can hear. What is it saying?