A Writers’ Day for you!

Got a cherished dream to write and be published?

This day will give you more practical guidance and encouragement. We’ll be looking more closely at creating a story arc, how you do research, and how you can make an article irresistible to an editor, as well as how to use your own holiday experiences to write travel articles.

This course is being run by Pam Weaver, twice a Sunday Times bestseller, prolific short story writer and author of 10 sagas all set around the Worthing area.

Her latest book, Goodnight Sweetheart, hits the shelves on May 14th.


Date: Saturday 28th March.

Place: St Margaret’s Church Hall, Arundel Rd, Angmering. BN16 4JS

Time: 9.30- 3.30pm.

Price: £20 in advance or £25 on the door.

Teas and coffee provided. Bring your own lunch, notepad and pen.


To sign up please contact Pam directly: coxy.pam@gmail.com

Pam is doing this course to raise funds for ‘Give Gracie a Voice’. Gracie, who lives in Angmering, has CFC Syndrome, a rare genetic condition. With severe speech delay and learning disabilities, Gracie walks with a walking frame. All funds will go towards her ongoing specialist therapy with The Family Hope Center, treatment which is not available on the NHS and costs up to £8,500 a year. FHC’s therapy has been life-changing for Gracie and her family. She can now read, use sign language and she’s beginning to talk.

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