Keeping going novel workshop

Writing a Novel: Keeping Going’, with Alex and James (Ellis), Tuesday 17th April 2018. 10.30am-12.30pm.

Cost: £20 (payable on the day or beforehand via bank transfer).Venue: Widcombe Social Club, Widcombe Hill, Bath BA2 6AA.Please book in advance to confirm your place. Email writing events bath Places limited to 12

 All place reserved now but if you would like to come, we will put your name on a waiting list since people haven’t confirmed yet and there may well be a place available.  

Have you begun writing your novel but now you’re stuck, or lost momentum, or not sure where to take it next? Have you literally lost the plot? If so, then this two-hour novel writing booster session is for you. Whether you’re an experienced fiction writer or a debut novelist it’s all too easy to veer off course, run aground or just find yourself blocked. In this session the focus will be on sharing the challenges that you are encountering in writing your novel, identifying and exploring techniques to overcome those challenges, and reclaiming your enthusiasm as a writer for the project. The emphasis will be on discussion and exercises so please bring a pen and paper.

Adventures in Short Short Fiction

Jude reading at the launch of her pamphlet ‘The Chemist’s House’ last September

 

Contact Jude, a self-confessed flash fiction addict, via her website if you want to join the Join the keen pool of writers, writing and studying flash (short short) who is a self-confessed flash fiction addict. Courses begin again in September 2018  but there are other events on in the meantime — Continue reading

Rainbow ideas

Write down as many words as you can associated with rainbows, chimney pots and crows. Pick your seven  favourites. Now  write down an idea for a novel, or a short story  which will include some of your seven favourite words and one of the colours of the rainbow.

 

Write a children’s solstice story

 

Never written for children? Give it a go and write a children’s story for the winter solstice. Maybe  the text for a picture book showing long nights and short days. Or an amazing adventure,  like the Wizard Of Oz.