Date(s) - 27/06/2019
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
The Orwell Hotel
Pamela Holmes’s first novel was published when she was 60 and her second hit the bookshops two years later. If you’ve always harboured a wish to start writing but perhaps wonder if it’s a bit late, come to her workshop for inspiration and ideas to get going.
- Abandoning blocks to creativity – where did our confidence go?
- Thinking like a writer – using your senses and experience
- The joy of writing – tips on getting started
Pamela Holmes was born in Charleston, South Carolina and moved to England when she was eight years old. She’s lived on a Somerset commune, worked as nurse and on-screen reporter and sings in a rock band. In 2014, she won the Jane Austen Short Story Award. Her novels The Huntingfield Paintress (2016) and Wyld Dreamers (2018) are published by Urbane.