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Aimed at aspiring authors who want to tell their real stories and bequeath their heritage, as well as literary artists who want to make their texts public in the online age. Getting Start In Wanted In Authoring Your Book (GSW) workshops are perfect for novices who need to get inspired in a team.
It discusses why contributors should be blogging, publish an electronic notebook and gain insight into the online age. GSW is a supporting atmosphere for those who want to swap their own thoughts and discuss their prospective books with prospective contributors and have a place for hands-on workouts.
It is open to men and woman. Head of workshop: Aka Amanda Ray is an award-winning writer of the tourist guide "A Flight Girl", which won a 2015 One Big Books Launch Price in a nationwide contest. She' s travelled the world. Regularly she leads the GSW creativity literacy seminars in galleries and works as a group leader.
Fay Rahman is co-founder of the Open Minds/Creative Rahman writeingworkshop. Since 2016, they have carried out programs to promote story and poetry as well as thinking creatively in the Yellow Pavilion, Wembley Park. Please visit firstname.lastname@example.orgN.B This event is scheduled to prevent the audience at Wembley, Emirates FA Cup.
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