Tag Archives: writing

Writing materials

Prompt from Alex:  The information below refers to Virgina Woolf and Vita Sackville West and  tells you a lot about their personalities.  What writing materials do you use? In not more than three hundred words, write about your own pens, paper, notebooks etc. If you always use a computer, write about that.

A hut of your own

This week’s prompt by Alex is a photo of a beach hut. Describe someone furnishing it. What would they put in it? Write a short story about a family on the beach.

Update on workshops: 2 places left on Creative Writing group in April/May, 2 places left on workshop with Tracey Darnton, children’s and YA author, and save the date for What does an Editor do? on July 6th with James Ellis. Booking coming for that soon. Booking for others on website

Books and more books

Prompt from Alex: A pot of good coffee (for free) , a comfortable chair and a great bookshop (Toppings in Bath) = Pleasure.

Write about the first book you read as a child that made an impression. How old were you? Where were you? Were you given the book? Or did it come from the library? As an adult what do you think it was about that particular book that spoke to you? Are there any themes from that  book you recognise in in your own writing today?

Update on available places. 2 left on the 22nd March Get into Print workshop and still places on Writing Young Adult and children’s fiction on 26th April. Booking and more info on website or contact us.