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At the new class last week there was something of a discrepancy in numbers and I felt a little like Bilbo Baggins when the dwarves came knocking at his door. Hello! Do come in...oh, hello...
It was a very enjoyable morning and I look forward to the rest of term. As it was still just about New Year, for homework I have asked for a list of ten new things they notice in the week. The imagination, while residing in the inner world, thrives on stimulus from the outside. The photo here, is of something I noticed for the first time this week and I thought it very beautiful - almost like a rocky desert from the air. It's actually a paving stone on St Thomas railway station.
The Writing about Sex workshop is full now. I must confess to a slight anxiety when I first arranged it. Would everyone be too embarrassed? I'm glad they're not. Jane will be both entertaining and informative.
The Write-on course is booking too. This will be four sessions in total and tutored by Sophie Duffy and myself. Sometimes the solitary nature of writing can lead to a paucity of ideas. Most writers who feel held back suffer from a lack of confidence or a lack of information about what they're trying to achieve. If that sounds like you, go HERE. We can definitely help.
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