Following the success of her debut novel ‘Framed’, NWS member and Byron aficionado Christy Fearn came into the studio to talk about the impact of ‘Framed’ on her new work in progress, ‘Notorious’.
Writer and academic Roberta Dewa discussed the process of writing editing and publishing her memoir ‘The Memory of Bridges’ at a recent NWS Thursday night social – if you missed it, here’s an extract from ‘The Memory of Bridges’: You can read the opening chapters of ‘The Memory of Bridges’ and find out more about…
Climber, writer and NWS member Andy Miller recounts his experiences in his latest book, ‘While Giants Sleep’. If you’d like to get a copy, visit www.whilegiantssleep.blogspot.com
Following the launch of ‘Blood Tracks’ at Waterstones Nottingham last week, NWS member Paula Rawsthorne joined us at the studio to talk about the writing and editing process, and read an extract from her latest YA thriller.
Nottingham Writers Studio May social celebrated the recent launch of Christy Fearn’s historical novel ‘Framed’ – as well as discussing the process of researching and writing a fictional work in the context of historical facts, Christy also read an extract from the story: