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In at number five: author Ed Siegle’s shameless plug

Myriad Editions author and Write Now Portsmouth workshop leader Ed Siegle writes:

“Only two days left for my novel Invisibles on Amazon’s summer promotion – three books for £10.  Currently ranked No. 5 in Fiction by average customer review.  Get it cheap while you can!”


Praise for Invisibles:

Full of surprises, crackling with energy, and with characters bristling with life, Invisibles pulled me along from the first page and didn’t set me down until the last
(Kathryn Heyman)

The most surprising fact about this story of identity is that it is a debut novel. From the first chapter, the richness of Brighton-based author Ed Siegle’s plot, as well as his instantly charming characters, pull you in and don’t let go. Brimming with lush descriptions of the colour, tastes and sounds of Brazil, this is a satisfying and engaging story about the reality of one man’s childhood memories. A fantastic read
(The Scotsman)


Online booking for October workshops in Portsmouth now available!

Online booking is now open for the four weekend writing workshops and special evening panel session at our first event in October.

Omega Centre gears up to welcome Myriad Editions authors, other publishing industry specialists and you!

You can now book online to attend any and all of the sessions at the first Write Now event at Omega Centre in Portsmouth on Saturday 2o and Sunday 21 October 2012.  Places are selling fast, so book now to avoid missing out on what must surely be the best value writer’s course in the UK!  Each workshop costs just £25 to attend, with the evening session How to Get Published costing a mere £5.  You can attend as many or as few workshops as you like, but we think a complete weekend of writing inspiration for just £105 is hard to beat.  Click the links below to read more about each session on the WEA’s course enrolment module; if you like what you see, simple click Enrol Online Now in the bottom left of the screen and follow the instructions – simple!  We very much look forward to seeing you in October!

Saturday 20 October

10am-12:30pm ‘A Sense of Place’ – click HERE to book online
Novelist Ed Siegle, author of Invisibles

2pm-4:30 pm ‘How to Plot’ – click HERE to book online
Crime writer Lesley Thomson, author of A Kind of Vanishing (winner of the People’s Book Prize)

5pm-6:30pm ‘How to get Published’ – click HERE to book online
Authors John Haynes (Letter to patience, You, nominated for the T.S. Eliot Prize),Denyse Kirkby (My Dream of You), and Catherine Smith (The Butcher’s Hands, shortlisted for the Forward Prize) describe their paths to publication, and point out pitfalls to avoid.

This will be followed by a panel discussion and Q&A with industry professionals including: Candida Lacey (MD Myriad Editions), Adrian Weston (literary agent),Jemima Hunt (The Writers’ Practice) and Sally O’Reilly (How to be a Writer).

Sunday 21 October

10am-12:30pm ‘Writing from Personal History’ – click HERE to book online
Playwright and novelist Sue Eckstein, author of Interpreters and The Cloths of Heaven(dramatised on Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour)

2pm-4:30 pm ‘The Graphic Novel’ – click HERE to book online
Aneurin (Nye) Wright, author of Things to do in a Retirement Home Trailer Park.

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