Read any Daphne Du Maurier? Write a memoir piece about the first time you read a classic novel you loved. Where were you? Was it a gift? Did you buy it? Was it in a classroom at school? Write about everything to do with your life at that time. Include the five senses. Have fun.
Want more inspiration for short and longer fiction? Jude’s running a writing session in late January with writer, Meg Pokrass on introducing humour into fiction. More details and booking here.
Alex is running a session in March with novelist James Eliis, to help you get ideas for novels and plotting. 8 places left.
Monday 29th January at Beaufort Bookshop, 1 Beaufort Place, Larkhall, Bath BA1 6RP, 10.30 am – 1.00 pm Cost: £28. Pay via paypal or any card on the paypal button below. Sold Out
Meg and Jude reading at the inaugural flash fiction festival in Bath, which Jude directed last June
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.
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.
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. This one’s been and gone but Jude will be offering more short fiction events in the New Year