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Virtual Writing Group
A haven for writers. Support, solace, weekly picture prompts, and GIFs galore 😎 Come on in, the water is fine
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Suzanne Ewart 11m
I love a 'how I got my agent' story and here's another great one from
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Emma-Claire Wilson 23m
I admit it - I am nosey. I love to hear about the writing journey people go on. We have all heard the phrase “keep writing..”-this is just one story that proves that persistence and perseverance are key! Congrats - I look forward to seeing your book on shelves soon.
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Kate Nash 30m
A "how I got my agent" story!
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Virtual Writing Group 36m
Got any writing or querying related questions for ? Please feel free to ask, Kathryn will keep checking during the day and answer them ❤️
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Thank you so much Kathryn for sharing your journey with us ❤️❤️
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Virtual Writing Group 42m
Another story that shows the road might be long, but you'll get there ❤️ So proud of you, 👏👏 You're an inspiration 😍
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Virtual Writing Group 1h
And, we're live. Here's sharing her querying journey with you 😊
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Virtual Writing Group 2h
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James Joyce (1882 - 1941) Irish novelist, short-story writer, poet & literary critic. He is regarded as one of the most influential and important writers of the 20th century. 'The Dead' is in the short story collection 'The Dubliners'.
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Day 4, & a a more sombre mood falls upon us, but with words of such hold intense beauty, they can only come from James Joyce. Thank you for today's window.
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This month's will be back with the lovely as our guest tomorrow at 11. Stay tuned!!!🤩🤩
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Virtual Writing Group Dec 3
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Pulitzer Prize winner, Mary Jane Oliver (1935-2019) was born in Maple Heights, Ohio, a semi-rural suburb of Cleveland. Inspired by nature, her work is characterised is full of natural imagery. In 2007 she became the best-selling poet in the USA.
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Virtual Writing Group Dec 3
Day 3 and the Elf herself has a little gem for you from US poet, Mary Oliver. & while you are here, In addition to our calendar, next week we want to hear about your your Christmas/Festive/Wintery passages & poem, be that in a WIP or in a work already published.
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Sarah Smith Dec 2
Haven’t read Wind In The Willows since I was young. Beautiful writing. 💖
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Virtual Writing Group Dec 2
The Wind In Willows was published in 1908 and over a century later it continues to be a favourite with children & adults alike. Below is the passage sent in by
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Day 2 & Elf is swaying to the carol rehearsals from the Woodland Pixie Choir. She is reminded of the field mice so this quote from Wind In The Willows sent in by
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Virtual Writing Group Dec 2
How marvellous is this! We are all waiting eagerly to get our hands on a copy!
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Tony Mortimer Dec 2
Finished over 70 books 😆 some have been short books though, not all novels. 100 is my target. Anyone got a favourite genre? Or do you mix it up 📖 ?
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