Last week, we brought you some feedback on our 2019 writerly plans. This week, we’re looking forward to the coming year. We have an overview of the group projects for 2020 and individual objectives from three of our members. Continue reading
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Chudleigh Writer’s Circle Treasurer, Kate McCormick, has been very busy lately. Writing under her pen name of Elizabeth Ducie, she has finally finished her series of manuals on business skills for writers. Kate strongly believes anyone who writes professionally needs the skills to run a small business in addition to their creative abilities. Continue reading
This week we meet another relatively new member of Chudleigh Writers’ Circle. Steve Male is certainly the most far-flung of our members, travelling half way across the county each month to attend meetings. He first made contact with the group via mutual connections at Swanwick Writers Summer School. Continue reading
This week, we hear from again from CWC member, Margaret Barnes. And this time, she’s talking about a very special workshop, given by a very special author, Dame Hilary Mantel. Continue reading
As you can see from the dates of previous posts, folks, it’s been a while since we’ve put anything on this site. But that doesn’t mean Chudleigh Writers’ Circle has gone into hibernation. Far from it! We’re gained some new members and are often bursting at the seams at each of our monthly meetings. We’ve been busy writing, publishing, performing and generally enjoying our time in the literary world. We’ve just been doing it rather quietly. Continue reading
Come with CWC to Stover Country Park on Monday April 20th!
Meet at the Information Centre at 10.00 and start with coffee/tea and a chat with a Park Ranger. A walk in the park will follow with the Ranger. There will be the opportunity to write.
Bring a picnic and stay for the afternoon if you wish. The session will end by 3.00 pm.
For a full report on the March 16th Meeting please go to the link!
The meeting was run by Mannie who illustrated the value of pictures and photos as a source for stories.