Monthly Archive: November 2015

Nov 29

What You Learn From Writing Flash Fiction

What You Learn From Writing Flash Fiction

We’ve talked about Flash Fiction before on this site but as it is becoming more and more popular we thought we should look at it again. This time we are going to be looking at what you learn from writing flash fiction.¬†At this point we should say that Flash Fiction goes by many different names …

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Nov 27

WLW Meeting – 24/11/2015

WLW Meeting - 24/11/2015

This week saw a turn of all seven people with a whole mix of flash fiction, autobiography and even a blog post draft. We started the meeting with some news from Anne who’d received a response from the BBC about a play she’d submitted back in 2012 with a note that said: Just found this …

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Nov 21

West Lothian Write 20th November 2015

West Lothian Write 20th November 2015

Last night was the third West Lothian Write of the year hosted by Alan Bissett. We were also able to launch our anthology A Well Travelled Notebook at the same time as the books arrived the day before. The night was a great success with seven members of West Lothian Writers reading – which was …

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Nov 19

WLW Meeting – 10/11/2015

  After the excitement of Halloween we went back to our usual format of reading out work and offering feedback on each other’s work. Five people came along to our meeting including two new members Cheryl and David. We hope you both enjoyed the meeting. A Well Travelled Notebook A quick update on our upcoming …

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Nov 10

WLW Meeting Halloween Special – 27/10/2015

This week was our Halloween special which means scary stories, scarier ‘nick’ names and Halloween cakes and biscuits. There were twelve tales in all and you’ll find them all below the break!

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