Announcing A Writer’s Path Writers Club: Creating Benefits For Writers

A Writer's Path

I’m happy to announce our new initiative: A Writer’s Path Writers Club.

After looking at the writing market for years, I noticed a need for a Writers Club of this kind. Sure, there are Facebook groups, writers groups, etc., but there aren’t many associations that are more than just a gathering of writers.

I wanted to create a club where the sole purpose of it is to solve headaches for writers. Here are some of the headaches I’m looking to solve:

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Cornish Writing Challenge: Meet runner-up Liz Carr

The first Cornish Writing Challenge ran from April-June, and drew in a variety of excellent short stories. Read on to find out more about runner-up Liz Carr, and read her submission, A Mere Mortal. Liz Carr has been a writer and editor in higher education, for charities, and commercial organisations since 1990. She has also [...]

Cornish Writing Challenge: Meet runner-up Terry Newman

The first Cornish Writing Challenge ran from April-June, and drew in a variety of excellent short stories. Read on to find out more about runner-up Terry Newman, and read his submission, Time. Terry (aka Dr Tel) Newman is a former research scientist who came into his second career via comedy writing for the BBC and [...]

Cornish Writing Challenge: Meet runner-up Julia Macfarlane

The first Cornish Writing Challenge ran from April-June, and drew in a variety of excellent short stories. Read on to find out more about runner-up Julia Macfarlane, and read her submission, Cornwall For A Change. After a varied career, encompassing time as a tax inspector, a French-German translator, and management positions in various universities, Julia packed [...]

A week’s writing retreat + a signed novel by Jane Johnson

A great cause, with a great prize.

Authors for Grenfell Tower: An Online Auction

hopway cottage mouseholejane johnsonITEM: A week’s writing retreat and a signed novel by Jane Johnson.

DETAILS: The winner will receive a signed copy of my novel COURT OF LIONS and a week’s accommodation for two people in our writing retreat in Mousehole, Cornwall (date to be determined according to availability). Value, depending on time of the year, between £450 and £900.

BIO:Poet Dylan Thomas called Mousehole ‘the loveliest village in England’, and he’s not wrong. Historic, picturesque, uniquely Cornish, Mousehole is a traditional fishing village that combines wonderful views with great hospitality, marvellous restaurants and cafes, two safe, sandy beaches and a climate all its own. The cottage is less than 50 yards from one of the best traditional pubs in Cornwall: the Ship Inn. Hopway Cottage Mousehole

WHO CAN BID: Worldwide, but travel costs are the responsibility of the winner. Reserve price on this item is £150.

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Cornish Reading Challenge 2017

It's back! You thought I'd forgotten, didn't you? We may have missed St Piran's Day, but the Cornish Reading Challenge will still be running in 2017 - from May 13th until May 27th. As usual, we'll have a host of incredible authors involved. We'll have guest posts, book reviews, giveaways, recommendations, and many more exciting things! [...]