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Tag Archives: Jem Shaw
A quick reminder: the local publisher Penkhull Press has a range of titles available, suitable for summer (and other seasons) reading. Visit Penkhull blog for more details.
It’s nearly Christmas and what better present can you buy other than a book. Here’s a list of books available from group members — and from where you can buy them. Sussex Tales by Jan Edwards, Penkhull Press. Runs a … Continue reading
Renegade member Jem Shaw, besides writing fine World War One and Two stories and novels, is also a dab hand at illustrations. He is currently producing a portfolio of images of aircraft that feature in his books. Check out his … Continue reading
Today’s reading event — Ghosts at the Gladstone — was a resounding success, with over 50 tickets allocated several days before the event. The afternoon featured over a dozen readings from members of Renegade Writers and Room in the Roof … Continue reading
It doesn’t matter if you’ve written a masterpiece if no one is inclined to read it. If you want to attract the attention of an editor of agent it is vital to give a good first impression. Peter Coleborn wrote a few … Continue reading
Last night at a packed Renegade Writers meeting was somewhat different from the usual. Instead of members reading out work in progress and having it discussed, we held a series of workshops. The evening was very lively with a much … Continue reading