The only books I can guarantee you'll never sell are the ones you haven't written or - worse - ones you've written but never shown to anyone else.'
In this workshop, author and creative writing tutor Anstey Harris will encourage participants to identify and celebrate themselves as writers, to value themselves and their work, and to expand that confidence into publication. We will look at the benefits of forming a writing tribe and of creative writing courses. There will be plenty of practical exercises as well as opportunities for discussion.
About the author: Anstey Harris is an author and lecturer who lives in south-west Scotland. Her first novel, The Truths and Triumphs of Grace Atherton, was a Richard and Judy Summer pick in 2019 and went on to win the RNA's Sapere Books Popular Romantic Fiction Award for 2020. In 2015, Harris won the H G Wells Short Story Competition with her story, Ruby. Her second novel, Where We Belong, was published by Simon and Schuster in 2021. Anstey originally trained as a teacher and runs a popular online class for professional authors looking for continuing professional development. She also runs a writing retreat in southern Scotland.
The Print Room
8 New Road
Wheelchair access; accessible toilet facilities. Closed captions will be available for the event.