We all have a story to tell. What’s yours? And how exactly do you tell it? Let us teach you how to frame your story, transcend those emotional barriers that might get in the way, and to start writing.
In an ever-changing world of technology, there is a lot of confusion about publishing and the best way to go about it. We also have many people come to us disheartened by the publishing experience that they’d had. This 90-minute workshop sets out to demystify the industry and allow you to make informed decisions that … Continued
Network with like-minded people. Learn more about the publishing industry. Ask the questions that have always been bothering you.
What does it take to write a self-help book? Lots of people blunder into it, thinking it’s just about getting everything out onto the page. Then that’s it. But this is tantamount to writing a novel without structure and direction. It’ll bore readers or be hard to follow. Readers will then disengage and put the … Continued
We’re back from Karma! And, as you might expect, this is when we give you the sell about what a great weekend it was. Well, you know what? It was! This was our third Karma Writing Retreat, and before each of them there’s been the tiniest trepidation about how groups will gel. You just never … Continued
One of the problems we face when revising is losing our objectivity. The more we work on something, the harder it becomes to see issues. We know our writing. We accept our idiosyncrasies unquestioningly. We know our content, so if something’s missing, illogically constructed, or lean, we can’t always see it because we subconsciously fill … Continued
So we’re almost at the end of the year, which is a time both to reflect and also to look to the future. What did we accomplish in the past year? Did we finish that book we wanted to write? Or have that exhibition? Or read at that open mic night? Going into 2014, we … Continued
All of us face tumultuous times in our lives. It might be the death of a loved one, the break-up of a relationship, or the loss of a job. Whatever the case, there are always upheavals. Sometimes, these events can be difficult to process. It’s not just the impact of the trauma, but making sense … Continued