WLW Meeting – 16/09/2014

This week saw a turn out of people eight to experience some great new writing but first the news!

WLW Meeting - 16/09/2014This Week’s News

On the 27th of October the Start Writing Fiction course on Future Learn will be starting. This is a great wee course for anyone who is starting their writing career and even better it is FREE so check it out!

We are only three meetings away from our Halloween meeting. Along with lots of Halloween themed treats we are wanting folk to write up to 500 words on Halloween. It can scary, filled with monsters or funny, it is totally up to you. Maybe the picture on the right will inspire you!


WLW Meeting 01/04/2014

Tonight’s meeting saw a bumper turn out of eleven people including the long awaited return of Norman.


WLW Meeting 04/03/2014

After last week’s meeting with Allan Guthrie we returned to our usual meeting which saw a great turn out of nine people including a new member Stacey.

This Week’s News

A week on Friday is the next West Lothian Write at the Howden Park Centre. It is a great night as you get to hear some of the best local writing in the area with many of our own members reading from their work.

You can now buy tickets for Anne E. Edwards’ play What Will We Do About Mum? from the Bathgate Regal Box Office. If you would like more information about the play check out the webpage all about it on this website.

WLW Meeting 04/03/2014Tonight’s Readers

  • Lost Property – a story from John intended for children aged 8 to 10. Gareth plays truant from school after falling out with a substitute teacher.
  • Bridezilla Whisperer – the latest instatement of Mary’s novel. Fearing that she won’t be paid Samantha uses her client’s memory stick that she would to check up on her.
  • Biography of Mother  – Chris continues his recollections about his mother’s funny anecdotes. Tonight’s tale reveals her love of tomatoes
  • Soul Rider – the next chapter of Eric‘s sci-fi novel. Fiona decides to use her credit fortune to purchase the eponymous Soul Helmet although she’ll have to negotiate her way through dangerous criminal realms if she is to be successful.
  • Dark Entry – the opening chapter of Anne’s novel. Alisa and Euan decide to spend a year observing sea birds on the Hebridean island of Sulaire.

Hopefully see everyone at our next meeting on the 18th of March.