Whitleigh Words Workshop with Terri Nixon
TOPIC – Character and Dialogue
Saturday 2nd May 2015
At St Chads Church in the conference room 12pm – 2pm
Tea, coffee, juice and biscuits provided.
Limited FREE places. Book now!
The 90 minute workshops are open to anyone who lives in Plymouth.
Even though it is advisable for children not to attend the workshops, children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Advisable age for children to attend these workshops is from the age of 12 years.
There will be limited places available.
BOOKING A FREE WORKSHOP PLACE
To book a place on this fun workshop phone Plymouth City Council at 01752 306521 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please bring a pen and writing pad to all workshops.
A little about Terri Nixon
Terri was born in Plymouth in 1965. At the age of 9 she moved with her family to Cornwall, to a small village on the edge of Bodmin Moor, where she discovered a love of writing that has stayed with her ever since. She also discovered apple-scrumping, and how to jump out of a hayloft without breaking any bones, but no-one’s ever offered to pay her for doing those.
Since publishing in paperback for the first time in 2002, Terri has appeared in both print and online fiction collections, and is proud to have contributed to the Shirley Jackson award-nominated hardback collection: Bound for Evil, by Dead Letter Press. As a Hybrid author, her first commercially published novel was Maid of Oaklands Manor, published by Piatkus Entice (a digital-first imprint of Little, Brown,) and short-listed in the “Best Historical Read” category at the Festival of Romance 2013. The sequel, A Rose in Flanders Fields, was published by Carina UK (a digital-first imprint of HarperCollins) and was short-listed in the same category in 2014.
The third in the series, Daughter of Dark River Farm, is scheduled for release January 21 2015.
Terri’s self-published Mythic Fiction series set in Cornwall, The Lynher Mill Chronicles, has now been launched. Books one and two are available in print and e-book, and the third book in the series is due for release in June 2015.
Terri now lives in Plymouth with her youngest son, and works in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at Plymouth University, where she is constantly baffled by the number of students who don’t possess pens.
Terri also writes under the name T Nixon, and has contributed to anthologies under the names Terri Pine and Teresa Nixon. She is represented by the Kate Nash Literary Agency.
See Terri’s website HERE!
What Else Is Happening
Enter the writing contest HERE!
What else is planned for The Whitleigh Words Festival? Find out HERE!
Whitleigh Words Treasure Hunt HERE!
Writers Resources are HERE!
Whitleigh Words Poetry Walk with Ruth Snell HERE!
Who’s Who – Whitleigh Words Workshops HERE!
GETTING TO WHITLEIGH
Bus 44 leaves Royal Parade opposite the Guildhall. The bus stops at Whitleigh Green. See Plymouth Citybus Timetables HERE!
See the Whitleigh map HERE!
Kindly supported & funded by Vital Sparks
Also supported by PCC, PCH, Whitleigh Big Local, The Albemarle Inn, Porkies Cafe, Plymouth City Central Library