Workshop: Writing a Book in Lockdown

Got a book idea? Stop procrastinating and start writing!


£15.00 per person



About this experience

Workshop: Writing a Book in Lockdown
Dates: 27th September (1-3pm)
Level: All levels are welcome

The shock of the first lockdown made me sit down and take a moment to think. I had to reevaluate everything. One idea led to another and four months later I published my first novel, ‘Canterbury Murders’.

If I can do it, you can do it. Let’s spend some time together chatting through the journey and demystifying the process. Sharpen your pencil and get your brave pants on!

The session is two hours long with a comfort break in the middle. Your ‘take-away’ is a fact sheet with critical information along with your own ‘story plan’.

* Light refreshments are included

Your Host

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Gina Fegan: I’m known as a media executive, but started out as a structural engineer. My life has been wonderful and varied including stints as property developer, language teacher, festival director, investor, fund manager, policy wonk, clothes designer, consultant, entrepreneur, theatre and film producer, writer. And I love to help others achieve their ambitions.