We had six members attending last night’s meeting with five pieces of work being discussed, including Luke’s first submission to the group.
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First of all I’d like to welcome Luke Shelbourn who joined us for the first time last night. You gave some excellent feedback and we’re looking forward to reading some of your work at future meetings.
With a return to our regular venue at MabLab, we had a great turnout with five members attending and four pieces of work critiqued, as follows: Continue reading
First of all I’d like to welcome John Parkinson who joined us for the first time last night. You gave excellent feedback and we’re looking forward to reading some of your work at future meetings.
We had a change of venue at last night’s meeting so we ended up a couple of doors down from MadLab at the recently opened HacMan offices. Huddled around a tub of chocolates, we critiqued four pieces as follows: Continue reading
Great to see everyone again last night. We had a fully packed evening with seven people attending and six pieces of work being discussed.
Before we get started I’d like to discuss a few topics…
Great to see a couple of new faces at the meeting last night. Just a reminder to potential new members that we read work beforehand and not during the meeting itself. You’re more than welcome to drop in without having read anything (great way to see how the group works) but be prepared for some confusion over what’s going on! Saying that, our two new visitors last night seemed to cope very well and we appreciated the quick reading and feedback given.
We had seven people attending last night’s meeting with four pieces of work being discussed as follows . . . Continue reading
Summer can be a difficult time of year for writing groups with members away on holiday or enjoying the intermittent British sunshine–and it was actually sunny yesterday evening! Then of course we’re all gripped (and rightly so!) with Olympics fever, so I’m glad to say that with three submissions to the DropBox, this month’s meeting was still able to run.