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Readings for Writers
Gain and give feedback on writer’s early drafts of stories and novels.
Hear your work in progress read by an independent reader, receive feedback from a listening audience of writers, and learn by contributing comments to other writers on what it is that is working in their writing for you.
Thursday 3rd March, 2022 Starting online at 6pm, readings should be finished by 7.45pm, . register to attend
Thursday 7th April, 2022 Starting online at 6pm, readings should be finished by 7.45pm, . register to attend
Thursday 5th May, 2022 Starting online at 6pm, readings should be finished by 7.45pm, . register to attend
Freefall Writing helps get you out of your own way to, well, write. Acclaimed teacher and mentor Barbara Turner-Vesselago has developed five simple precepts to guide you in and drive your writing forward.
Freefall Writing Workshops are suited to writers’ at all stages, whether just starting out and wondering how to get any words written, or established and ready to write something new, Freefall provides a way for the words to find their way to the page.
Freefall Writing Workshops
This is the insider information on what works, the writing tropes that just get in the way, and those that helped create compelling work. It’s all the advice published writers wish they’d had.
Published authors share their own writing journey from how they started writing to finding the impulse for a book-length work and developing this to a point of being ready to submit, navigating the world of publishing and ultimately having a work in market.
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Writing Insider journeys..
Liz discusses her professional writing career and how her love of research and untold stories led her to write popular history. Starting out Why did you start writing? I undertook…
Haylee discusses her pathway to being a writer and what inspired her to write a children’s picture book. Starting out Why did you start writing? That’s a somewhat tricky question…
Catherine discusses what led her to become a writer of historical fiction and how she researches and develops her work for publication. Starting out Why did you start writing? I…
Ruth Morgan discusses writing the stories that allow her no peace and how to qualify trusted readers. Starting out Why did you start writing? I’ve wanted to write for as…
Tanya Heaslip discusses how her life has shaped her writing and equipped her for rejection. Starting out Why did you start writing? I have written since I was a little…
Kate Murdoch discusses how her writing group helped her develop The Orange Grove. Developing the work What helped you along the way? There are many things that have helped, but…
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