September 23, 2015
I moved to from London to Brighton and started writing a column in the local paper (the Kemptown Rag). Having started - I've got the bug. This year I began my first novel, Emily Emily - I'm about 20,000 words in. As a new writer I'm reallly keen to talk with other writers and hear other writers experinces. I have lot to learn.
I find writing wholly immersive. I think it would be really useful for me at this stage to open out a bit - to read my work and see other people's reaction to it. But, as i said in the previous question, I am really interested to learn how other people write. I really like the feel of your group - the reguarlity of meet-ups, the six-slots only approach, and events.
I'm impressed with the sessions you already offer.
I found LWC online - I was searching for writing support and you popped up!
Fairly central best for me.
Hi - I'm Catherine
Serious writers with a serious sense of humour - greatly appreciated the feedback and the stories. Really valuable and enjoyable group.