Welcome to our Mini Blog Hop
In March we held our fourth Writers’ Conference at Nottingham University. We thought it was a great success from our inspiring and thought-provoking Keynote Speakers to our stimulating panels and workshops to our tasty networking lunch. But we’re not the only ones who think so. We’ve read some lovely, humbling and motivating comments about the conference on social media, and a few writers wanted to share what they learned through their blogs, so we thought we’d share their blog posts with you.
How this Blog Hop works
- Click on one of the links below to be taken to a blogger’s #wemconf2017 blog post
- Have a good old read. (If you like the blog, think about subscribing to it to read future blogs)
- If you’re able and happy to, please add a comment (do remember these are real people’s blogs so please be respectful about the comments you leave).
- Click on another blog from the list (if the blogger has included the list, click from there, if not come back here and click from here
- Please do share on social media and let us know what blogs you’ve read.
“Tracy Bloom defined romantic fiction as two people who love each other but there are barriers. She also said that there didn’t have to be a happy ending which bought gasps of horror from the audience!” Read more of Angela Barton’s blog at Fonts and Fiction.
“The Role of theWriter in Times of Change was one of the titles of the events at last week’s Writing East Midlands Conference. This is an important topic for me, and many others I suspect, as we navigate the labyrinthine potential pitfalls of 2017…” Read more of Kirsty Fox’s blog at Bees Make Honey at beesmakehoneycc.com