May Diary at The Write Co

Guest Speaker May 2008

To be announced

Date: 23 May 2008

Time: 18:00 for 18:30

Venue: TBA


Coming up in Writing

Creative Writing Courses & Workshops – Call Wiida 079 875-3719 for queries

Writers Write (4 weeks):

Saturday Mornings: 08.30 – 12.30 17 May 2008

Tuesday & Thursday Mornings: 09:00 – 11:00 3 June 2008

Tuesday & Thursday Evenings: 17:30 – 20:00  13 May 2008

Writers Write 2 (4 weeks)

Tuesday & Thursday Mornings: 09:00 6 May 2008

Write a screenplay (5 weeks)

Sunday mornings: 09:00 – 12:00 from 18th May 2008

Creative Writing One-day Workshops

  • How to write for Mills & Boon: Romancing the Dollar 24th May 2008
  • Plot LUCK: Learn how to plot a novel on Saturday 10th May 2008
  • How to write lyrics: Music & Lyrics on Saturday 31st May 2008

Business Writing One-day Courses

  • Strategic Press Release
  • How to Write Reports

Two Hour Sessions – It’s worth subscribing. Call Wiida 079 875-3719 for queries

Tuesday evenings with Morne Malan

Friday mornings with Anthony Ehlers

Friday poetry morning with Amanda Patterson


One Response

  1. You remind me a little bit of my English teacher, Mr. Welsch. He’s and awesome teacher, and he’s proabably the reason i got comended on my TAKS test. Anyway, I may be 13, but i am writing a novel about a girl who can do mysterious things but is all alone in the world until she meets a guy just like her. I DO have a. antagonist, the guys brother, and i do have a plot. My life story has nothing to do with what i’m writing about, and a large protion of the story so far is dialogue. But i’m not sure about the “hanging onto unpopular ideas” thing. Is there any way i could figure this out?

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