Author Archives: Brixham Writers

‘Good things come in small packages..

.. as the saying has it – diamonds for one and the historian, Neil Oliver for a second (well in my biased opinion). When I wrote my (very small) novella, Grand Designs, for Choc Lit it was on the understanding … Continue reading

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Happy New Year..

.. from all at Brixham Writer’s Group. May you have a successful writing year and a year that’s successful in every other way too! This afternoon we had our first meeting of 2017 and it got off to a promising … Continue reading

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Two out of two.

This afternoon we had the second of our two summer Writer’s Group meetings and as is usual over the summer – we had to admit that we’ve not been doing much writing! Linda has put most of us to shame as … Continue reading

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The great library bar in the sky.

Tuesday was a sad, wonderful day. It was the day we said goodbye to Trish, a dear member of Brixham Writer’s Group who last week lost her short battle with cancer. Those who knew her will understand what I mean … Continue reading

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Women Of Straw

Just before the meetings broke for summer we had a visitor! Carole Llewellyn, who was a dedicated member of the group before moving to Spain with her husband had come back to see us, and she brought good news with … Continue reading

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Here comes the sun

And with it comes the end of this season of writers group meetings. We don’t meet weekly in the summer – partly because the parking in town becomes even more impossible – but just go once a month to each … Continue reading

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** Breaking news **

Brixham Writer’s Group has a new member! We welcome Margaret who mainly writes historical fiction but this week wrote a short story just for us! She’ll be another valuable addition to our group and we look forward to working with … Continue reading

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Moving houses!

It’s been an interesting few months for Kate Furnivall as she valiantly challenged the definition of “deadline” and produced what is sure to be another masterpiece. What she kept closer to her chest was what was going on behind the … Continue reading

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Three’s company, five would be even better!

Please find pictured over very own Linda Mitchelmore clutching her trilogy of novels; To Turn Full Circle, There’s No Turning Back and Emma and her Daughter. All three of these have been published by Choc Lit and are available in ebook … Continue reading

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A Thursday Update!

Another Thursday, another Writer’s Group meeting in a surprisingly sunny Brixham, and we’re all keeping ourselves busy! Michelle has taken on a lot of promotional work for her publishing house Sunpenny and is off to the London Bookfair next week. … Continue reading

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