I’m guest posting today over at Kelly Stone Gamble’s blog on the value of writing workshops. A simple writing workshop can really bump your writing to a new level, or help you to clarify a technique that has been tickling away at the back of your brain, almost, almost, almost, but not quite there.

I should know, because I am nearly always doing workshops on areas of my writing that need work, or on topics that interest me – you can check out the full list of the workshops I’ve done in the last 12 months here on my website. So jump on over to Kelly’s blog to read the full post!

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