Della Galton Writing Courses
Friday Class (Kinson Community Centre, Bournemouth) 10.00 am-12.00 midday.
Writing for the Terrified. Weekly classes ongoing. Current term begins 7 September. But you can join any time. Six week term. £50.00. Beginners and experienced writers welcome
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Saturday 3 November 18. How to Write Brilliant Flash Fiction (Kinson Community Centre, Bournemouth) 10.00 am till 4.00 pm.
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Sunday 25 November 18. How To Write Your First Novel. (Ashcroft Arts, Fareham) 10.00 am till 3.00 pm.
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NEW - Telephone Mentoring Service
By arrangement only. £30 per hour
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Category Archives: Guest Posts
It’s an honour to welcome Patsy Collins to my blog today to talk about the Womagwriter blog. Patsy is a short story writer and novelist. Like myself, she has always found Womagwriter a brilliant resource for short story writers. So … Continue reading
PR is a subject which can strike horror into the hearts of authors everywhere. Some love it, some hate it. Personally I quite like it but it’s hard work and very time consuming. I’m always fascinated to hear how other … Continue reading
Here are another couple of questions from my Dear Della page in Writers’ Forum that I get asked quite frequently – and the answers. Q I believe I have a good plot and idea for a short philosophical story. However, … Continue reading
Today, I am talking to the lovely Helen Yendall about her venture into self publishing an anthology called Paperchase. And it’s a subject close to my heart, short stories. Isn’t it a fabulous cover. So without further ado… Q: Why … Continue reading
For this week’s Wednesday Writing Spot – sorry there hasn’t been one for a while – I would like to welcome my good friend and fellow author, Kath McGurl, who many of you will know from her fabulous Womag blog. … Continue reading
Today, I’d like to welcome fellow author, Peter Jones, who has kindly agreed to guest post and shed some light on how he arrived at choosing the book cover for his latest novel. Over to you, Peter… Behold the cover … Continue reading
Today I’d like to welcome Soundhaven.com to my blog. And it’s all about covers. Oh and just in case you were interested – From Invisible to Irresistible is free today too 🙂 Over to you, Soundhaven.com… Soundhaven.com hasn’t been around … Continue reading
I recently judged the H E Bates Short Story Competition, organised by the Northampton Writers Group. Morgen Bailey is the chair and for today’s Wednesday Writing Spot I’m delighted to welcome Morgen to my blog to give us her tips … Continue reading
This Wednesday I am delighted to welcome the lovely Douglas McPherson. He has written a number of romances including The Showman’s Girl, Closer!, and the country music based Nashville Cinderella under the pen name, Julia Douglas. I have to say … Continue reading
This week I am teaching, How to Write and Sell Erotica, for The Writers’ Holiday, Caerleon, so it is with very great pleasure that I would like to introduce you to another erotica author and friend of mine, Candy Knight. … Continue reading