How to Finish Your Work with Writing Coach Celine Terranova

Sutton Writers
Sutton Writers
Public group

Thomas Wall Community Lounge (Sutton)

64, Robin Hood Lane, SM1 2RG · Sutton

How to find us

There are Pay and Display bays nearby in Clarence Road, Robin Hood Lane and West Street and they are free after 6.30pm.

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Sutton Writers is excited to welcome writing coach and mentor Celine Terranova, aka The Part-Time Artist. Celine spends her time helping artists of all styles to be more productive, inspired and motivated while holding down busy non-writing lives. She's going to run one of her acclaimed workshops for us, helping you to push through to the end of your project - whether that's a novel, short story, poem, play, script, memoir, or anything else you are creating.

Celine is an author, coach, trainer and podcaster passionate about creativity and wellbeing. She was born in Mons, a small town in the south of Belgium. From a very young age, she was interested in stories and books. She honed her skills by writing several fanfictions that were very well received by the public. She also studied Physics, but decided ultimately that she wanted to work in the creative sector. In 2012, she moved to London, where she started working in the theatre industry, alongside writing.

On the writing side, Celine published several short stories in magazines, she produced a short film and she recently completed her first scifi YA novel. All along her writing career, she aimed to find a balance between art and day job. In 2019, she published her first non-fiction book, "The Part-Time Artist". Her second book, "Happy, Not Tortured: A Mental Health Guide For Artists And Creative People", will be published in April 2020.

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Members: The full annual membership fee includes admission to our monthly meeting. It also covers in-house competitions, attendance at workshops and other writing events. This represents very good value particularly for those who participate in the free workshops where they can benefit from the knowledge and expertise of other writers.

Visitors and Country / Online Members: You can attend your first monthly meeting free of charge. Future attendance is £5 per visit. The Country / Online membership also entitles you to attend two meetings per year and to enter all competitions.