GENEVA, SWITZERLAND – The Geneva Writers Group is inviting young writers to a series of free workshops for teenagers that start 6 February (held at Wall Street English, Rue Michel-Roset 2, 1201 Geneva, near Gare Cornavin, 10:00-11:15).
“The topic for this workshop will be ‘Where do Ideas Come From’, and will be taught by author of the Wastelanders, Nicholas Grey, young adult fiction and fantasy writer: www. nicholasgrey.org
Subsequent workshops will be held once a month, taught by Nicholas and two other authors: Jason Donald, whose debut novel Choke Chain took the literary world by storm in 2009. www.edbookfest.co.uk
Our third author/teacher is young adult writer, Katie Hayoz, whose books explore the paranormal: http://www.amazon.com/Katie-Hayoz/e/B00C7D16CE
The Geneva Writers’ Group has launched the workshops because we want to encourage the next generation of young writers by helping them develop their skills and their belief that they can become great writers. The workshops are free but participants need to register in advance on firstname.lastname@example.org
The dates for the upcoming workshops are Feb 6th, March 5th, April 9th, May 14th and June 18th. They run from 10am to 11:15am. Other topics will include ‘Keeping Secrets’, descriptive writing and creating strong characters”