Whether you write for your own enjoyment or for publication, Blairwriters offers a warm welcome.
Our members range in style and ability, and write for differing genres. Our members have churned out poetry and prose in sci-fi, romance, children's books, humour, crime, fantasy and any other genre you can think of. We are not all published writers, although most of us are actively seeking publication. Some write only for magazines or competitions, and some for private pleasure, with no interest in publication. At the moment we include novelists, poets, dramatists, and short story writers with the main emphasis on prose fiction. We are a varied bunch of all ages and from a variety of backgrounds.
This website is designed with the following aims:
Members upload short examples of their work for other members and experts to make comments and suggestions.
Members' work is not visible outside the group unless the author specifies that it may be.
Blairwriters has a volunteer 'host' who will welcome you and generally encourage you.
The overall aim of Blairwriters is to provide support, advice, stimulation and encouragment to its members.
NUMBER OF VISITORS
WILL BE ON 24TH SEPTEMBER, 2014, BLAIRGOWRIE LIBRARY, 7PM - 9PM.
Blairwriters Members Only pages are waiting for your contributions. Please post your writing on your personal member's page, leaving time for others to respond.
If you haven't already joined Blairwriters Online, complete your details on our Contact Us page or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Members Only Pages Some members have already submitted work for you to critique. Please comment on every page you visit, as it lets our authors know that their work is being read and reviewed. Find your own page and upload some of your work for other Blairwriters to review.
TO ORDER OUR ANTHOLOGY ONLINE, PLEASE
"WARMTH AND WIT" CAN ALSO BE PURCHASED FROM:
THE BOOKSHOP, 16 ALLAN STREET, BLAIRGOWRIE
ONEVOICE BOOKLORE, 11 UPPER MILL STREET, BLAIRGOWRIE
NUMBER 62, CHRISTIAN BOOKSHOP, HIGH STREET, BLAIRGOWRIE
A K BELL LIBRARY, PERTH
Wednesday 24th September 2014
7PM - 9PM