Wednesday 10 July 2019
Organised by Chudleigh Writers’ Circle
Morning session – 9.30 to 12.00
Workshop on writing historical fact and fiction, led by Dr Todd Gray.
Free to CWC members – visiting writers welcome: £5
Lunch in the Marquee
12.00 to 14.00
Provided by Chudleigh Writers’ circle: £5
Networking for Writers
Afternoon session – 14.00 to 17.00 (Free)
An opportunity for writers from across the South West to get together over tea and biscuits; swapping notes, offering advice and sharing experiences. Featuring the return of Face The Chudleigh Dragons: authors pitching their latest works to a panel of industry experts.
17.00 to 19.00
An opportunity for readers to meet some of the West Country’s rich community of writers.
Catering by Anne Gentry: £9
Jeapordy and murder!
Evening session (19.00 to 22.00)
Michael Jecks is a highly prolific historical novelist, best known for his Templar Series of medieval west country murder mysteries. Michael will be telling us how he researches his books and talking about his latest novel The Sticklepath Strangler.
Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones is the founder of The Black Farmer range of food and drinks; he was responsible for bringing some of the best-known chefs in the country on to TV for the first time, and is full of motivation, passion, determination and inspiration. He will be talking about his new book Jeopardy, The Danger of Playing It Safe on the Path to Success.
Including book stalls and licensed bar.
Please see https://chudleighwriterscircle.wordpress.com/chudleigh-literary-festival/ for further information.