When  I joined an online writng forum, they decided to produce an Anthology. That's how I was first published in a book for free. To hear the story called, Meg's Diary see below.

My son and I had great fun recording the short story for the Critters Bar Anthology. Its called Meg's Diary, to hear it click here. 

 

Meg's Diary

 Book shops

These fantastic bookshops are supporting me holding copies of

 'Get Over It'. Please, visit them soon.

Melton Book Shop,

Southwell Bookwise,

Newark WH Smiths and

Lincoln Unicorn Tree Books.

Thanks!

If you want to hear about publishing listen to the panel speak at the Expo Games. This is where I was in May 2013.

http://youtu.be/6qhSKWKMTeY  


Thanks to IdeasTap who short listed my play in Feb 2015. 

 It's a shame they're closing!  That won me some great play writing training with High Tide.


2011, I read the 'Love' short story winner, at a live event!

At the Lincoln Book Festival exciting event, I performed Love. The story covers the issue of miscarriage. If you have been affected, I have several pamphlets thanks to the Miscarriage Association. If you require information, after hearing the story feel free to get in touch with me and I'll send them onto you. Do this via my contact page.The Reading Room features a mix of interviews with authors, original short stories, and an interactive on-air Book Group - all set to an eclectic mix of music. See 'About me' page for feedback. Go to  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OAPMglVw_Q&list=UUX_UQMKAP5BfKuPypuoh_uQ&index=29

THANKS!  

The End Of the Road

To have a go at writing your own book, use publisher and find someone good at drawing! This was made at a school, for Book Week.

Let me run a workshop for you!

I am available to run writing workshops in schools and youth/ healthcare settings. Please email for further details. See contact page.

For 2012 I'm working in Leicester delivering short story workshops, this time in an adult education setting.

Go to NAWE's magazine Writing in Education Issue 51 Summer 2010, to read an article about my school writing workshops.It's called, 'A Chocolate box of Short Stories.'

You can listen to a collaborative story broadcast on the radio with children from Pierrepont-Gamston Primary School, at www.readingroom.podbean.com Room 6A, 23 minutes into the Christmas Special feature, you'll hear 'Our Christmas Adventure'.

(You'll need to keep clicking back a few times, on the site to arrive at room 6.)It is worth it!

 Recently, I had this feedback from a lifelong learning   participant from my Creative Writing for Beginners workshops: 'Hello Fiona Less than a week has gone by and I'm already missing the weekly class. I'm looking forward to joining your next class on Friday, 19th April, at Embrace Arts. Thank you for all your encouragement.'

Arts 4 Human Rights

On May 7th, 2011, I performed at Arts 4 Human Rights in London reading,'Off The Beaten Track'.This was challenging attitudes to Roma and raising awareness of child abuse. It was a fantastic event where I humbly took to the floor to give a performance of the story. The line up was most impressive. See 'About me' page, for feedback.


 Review - Collaborative Arts Article 2013/ Nottm Festival of Words coming soon!

To read an article in the Southwell Folio Magazine, please click me.

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 I've written an article in the National Association of Writers in Education's Writing in Education Magazine, Autumn 2014, no 64 is  about Teaching Writing at Post-16. See more about books to buy here-

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