Writing for Procrastinators – 3 Week Workshop

Discover a fresh approach to finishing your writing project with our creative workshops that will help you get your ideas onto paper.

Mañana, mañana! Are you tired of making excuses? Are you itching to put pen to paper, but need a helping hand?

Whether you’ve always just wanted to write, or you have a finished manuscript in your drawer, these friendly workshops with novelist William Sutton will coax you into taking your project further. Discover fresh approaches to crash through those blocks. Develop characters, settings, plots, endings. Get words on the page.

Event details
  • Workshops on 24th April, 8th May, and 22nd May to allow for procrastination
  • Bring pen & paper or preferred device
  • A diary or planner is recommended if you use one
Reviews from recent workshops

Exceeded my expectations.

Tutor was dynamic, knowledgeable, encouraging, empathetic.

Very useful to learn that creating and editing are separate processes.

The egg timer is great – makes me realise I do have some time.

Five writers from recent courses have already published their novels!

About William Sutton

Workshop leader William Sutton is an experienced teacher and facilitator, novelist, journalist and musician. He tutors students all over the world, and lectures at the University of Portsmouth. He has written articles for The Times, Fortean Times and the Conversation, written plays for stage and radio and stories for national and international magazines. His novels are published by Titan Books. Lawless and the Flowers of Sin was a Book of the Year in Morning Star and Mail on Sunday newspapers.

Summary... Discover a fresh approach to finishing your writing project with our creative workshops that will help you get your ideas onto paper. Mañana, mañana! Are you tired of making excuses? […]

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