Online workshop for developing writers - Storytellers Elite

Writing doesn’t have to be lonely.

If you wish to develop your writing skills, join our community and build confidence in your abilities! Storytellers Elite is a small network of writers at varying stages of their careers, so our events mould to the needs of the group. We can offer support and encouragement to keep writing, keep improving and keep on learning.
If your writing troubles are ones concerning motivation, you’ll enjoy the writing sprints, writing prompts, and accountability to keep everyone on track. You’ll also be invited to carefully critique the writing of others, helping them progress with their projects too.

Joining Storytellers Elite gives you the accountability, guidance and community you’ve been looking for. If you're a writer with long term goals, find out how to become a member. Or you can join in as a guest at our next monthly online meeting to try it out first.

Monthly Virtual Workshop for Writers

Storytellers Elite offers support, learning and community for writers who want to make a career out of their writing.

I hold a monthly online group meeting where you’ll find a small, friendly community of writers. We meet to cover a topic that helps you develop as a writer, inviting discussion and sharing experiences.

(Storytellers Elite members benefit from this monthly workshop as part of their membership.)

Try Storytellers Elite

Join as a guest for our next virtual meeting

Writing Workshops

Nobody is just born to write. Every successful writer has spent time honing their craft. This creative writing workshop in South Wales is your chance to get ahead of the game.

Each workshop offers you a half day kick-start to develop your interest in writing stories and help you turn it into something more than a hobby. There are several problems that stop aspiring authors ever doing something about it … lack of time, confidence and good advice, getting stuck in your own head, those ‘who am I to do this?’ gremlins – and plain old-fashioned procrastination.

We will work through these blocks to your success. You’ll get the insider knowledge on what makes a story really work, from characters your readers love (or love to hate), to what showing rather than telling really means. You’ll learn how to create story people that are believable and get them moving around in your story world in a natural way that pushes your story onward.

You’ll get writing prompts to create your own story (so bring your favourite notebook), some blessed time away from distractions to actually write, and the chance to get useful feedback. Your ticket also includes a writer’s survival kit – including a copy of my book Telling Stories With Spark.

To find out more about the next workshop, please get in touch.