by Vacen Taylor His nostrils flare and his eyes glow fiercely, hit by the moonlight. Unnaturally these eyes entertain no sense of sight. They portray only a disquieting sense of evil, like blood-red pools fortuitously unearthed in this bizarre light. This familiar shape towers over my scrunching, quivering body. But I am not afraid. IRead more
We have a new category on the GCWA website: Members Writing. In this section we will publish work submitted by our members – poetry, short stories, articles, memoirs… and lots more. The first story shared is Deadhorse by Vacen Taylor. Please read it, comment on it, and share it on Facebook, Twitter, etc. To submitRead more
Your workshop on Writing Memoirs was not only inspirational but also practical, with many down-to-earth tips for organising material and writing an effective, readable and marketable autobiography.
You gave us a simple method to select the most exciting parts of our lives and organise them into a manageable whole.
Your presentation style was easy to listen to, easy to follow and easy to understand, and you gave us time to ask questions that you answered fully. You also set an example in how to present a book to an audience, both in your manner of speaking and your personal presentation. I have taken away much from your workshop that I will be able to apply in my future writing and publishing.