The most common problem writers have is not actually writing. That’s what I’m here to help with.
Short Writing Retreats
I’ve been running short writing retreats in London since 2008. A day without distractions, they provide time and space to write. And cake.
New short retreats are popping up, some run by writers who’ve been to my events but can’t make it to London easily. Writing days are brilliant and I want them to be accessible to writers throughout the UK, so I’m trying to list other retreats as I hear about them.
Writing days are fantastic but sometimes you just need to get away for longer. I run residential writing retreats. In March 2013 , the retreat in Devon
will be held in a lovely old farmhouse with window-seats. It’s flexible, affordable and accessible for carless folk.
The Get Writing! Bootcamp
takes re-ignites stalled writers’ love of the craft through weekly tasks and daily exercises, building from small warmups to planning and writing a short story. Bootcampers become online community members and get tools to develop inspiration in future.
Online Writing Retreats & Community
One-day online retreats
provide structure, plus a forum of like-minded people for motivation. The Playground
is a small forum and community where we use the power of accountability (weekly check-ins) to make long-term writing progress. The Playground members are pretty much made of awesome. Wanna be in our gang?