Adventures in Deepest Wales

March 30th, 2009 • Posted in Random Stuff |

Just arrived back from a writing adventure in a couple of cottages near Builth Wells.  Myself, Gary Greenwood, Adam Nevill, Sarah Pinborough, Paul Lewis and Paul Meloy spent a long weekend writing, eating, drinking, chatting, a bit more writing, and a bit more drinking. And some more eating, too.  We do a couple of these weekend each year and we always get loads of work done.  This time I worked on a proposal for a YA novel and started writing it, as well as an idea for a TV series pitch, and some website stuff (watch this space for a couple of new features coming soon).

The cottages were great, the local pub served nice food and Reverend James, and a fine weekend was had by all.

Now it’s back to ECHO CITY FALLS, which I have to deliver in one month …… so I may not be around for a while.

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2 comments on “Adventures in Deepest Wales”

  1. David Alan Richards says:

    That sounds like fun. You probably get to know other writers a lot better that way, then just hanging out in a bar or something.

  2. Tim Lebbon says:

    Yeah, but we always do it with people we already know well. LOTS of fun.

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