Local writer Stephen Tweed is hoping to bring together writers of all abilities and genres from the West Norfolk area by forming a new online Writers Circle.
“The idea is that we read each others stuff, and make constructive comments. I have a web address already which could be used for the group if it takes off. This could be turned into a physical meeting place if the need arose, although it will initially be online only to keep the costs down.”
“Writers of all ages and abilities are welcome, whether or not they are looking towards publication.”
Writers interested in joining the new writers circle can contact Stephen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephen himself is a writer of short stories and political articles.
He describes himself as a “real Norfolk dumpling.” Born in Breckland, his imagination was fired by the deserted villages, World War Two bomber stations and abandoned houses in the Thetford Forest and Grimes Graves areas, apparently the haunts of more than a few supernatural beings!
“I caught the writing bug from an early age, and have never looked back. I spend a lot of my time writing on my netbook at Sandringham, where it’s peaceful and quiet.”
Stephens short stories can be downloaded from Amazon.co.uk