Monthly Archives: November 2017

Syrian bread rolls and curried parsnip soup

This week’s prompt

Write the story of the people who ate the soup and rolls. A bird is part of the story, and your fiction has a happy ending.

 

Event news:

Six places left on Write into the Light with Jude. A pop-up writing session with Jude. December 13th. Beaufort Books, Larkhall, Bath.

One place left on Writing and Editing Flash Fiction series with Jude. Beginning January

Waiting list for Alex’s Memoir sessions in February 1st and 8th.

Come to an Evening of ‘Noir’ Flash Fiction at St James Wine Vaults, Bath, this Saturday 25th November. Six authors reading. Fun.

Write into the Light

The days are getting shorter and the world is certainly dark these days.

Come along to Beaufort Books in Larkhall, Bath on Wednesday morning, 13th December, to write into the light. You’ll create some short-short fiction prompted by positive news. And set a few achievable writing goals for the New Year. Mince pies and hot drinks included. And the opportunity to get away from the Christmas shopping crowds in central Bath for some quiet writing time. Maximum eight people. Beginners and experienced writers welcome.

Book soon for this special pop-up Winter Solstice session with Jude. Maximum eight people. 3 places left

Cost £15. 10:30 am — 12.30 pm

Book here via paypal or any card.




Writing a memoir with Alex, February 1st and February 8th  is now sold out but contact her to join a waiting list.

Spaces on November ‘Flashathon’ an intensive day of flash fiction writing  with Jude and Meg Pokrass at Trinity College, Bristol Saturday 25th November and come to Evening of Flash Fiction with six writers the same day. Booking and more details for both  at Bath Flash Fiction award under ‘Event’.

Apples and Pears

This week’s prompt by Jude.

 

Write a piece about  apples and pears —picking the fruit, eating it, cooking with it, buying it. It could be memoir, it could be fiction. Include fruity autumn smells and exact tastes. Involve two characters. One is reluctant.

 

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