Feedback from Fresh Writing classes
February 14, 2008 – Libby Davy – Print
Thanks again to folk from our Fresh Writing classes for bloggers and non-bloggers alike. But watch out, we might have you all blogging soon. In the meantime, it’s an honour to be helping you get your words and ideas flowing. Really impressed with what you are all coming up with and the impact this is having in your lives.
Games, exercises, tips to make writing easier and more fun, strategic thinking on audience and the writers/bloggers life. Even nice biscuits and a game you’ll all love called Two Bob (or a Pebble) Up Your ‘Ort Sport. (No photos taken fortunately… you had to be there).
“Fun, interesting and worthwhile – personally and professionally. I’m glad I took time out of a lousy schedule to do this class. Now I can rite reel good.”
“It’s been easier to write. I’m jotting down ideas again and having more of them. It’s the creative convalescence, soon I’ll be back at full strength.”
“Did first workshop on the Tuesday. Signed up as a co-worker at The Werks to give me a place to go write. Wrote a 10 minute play that Thursday & Friday & submitted it to a competition on the Monday. First thing I’ld written in years. All good.”
“I’ve been flying since the first session. A real release.”
Flexible, affordable, easy transport, what’s stopping you? We all need to express ourselves better in life… and be seen and heard.
Look forward to sharing the magic of your words with you. The techniques we use are so immediate and such fun that you will surprise even yourself with what you are capable of, and how this can translate into your daily life and work expression.
No need to be afraid. Everyone is equal in these sessions and you do not have to read what you have written unless you want to. The inner critic or ferocious editor (find out more in the e-book here) takes a break during most sessions, infact, it is only welcome when being constructive. If none of this makes sense or you are in any doubt, call for a gentle chat with me. It is a very natural thing to have some fear about writing. It is wonderful to overcome it.
Bestest – Libby