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This section of course will always be a work-in-progress as we will keep adding questions and answers with the introduction of new services and according to requirement.

Hooking your audience/ characters/ plots/ show not tell/ outlining/ syntax/ grammar/ poetry/ first draft and mistakes/ script-writing for screen or stage/ how to get published.
If your child expresses an interest in reading and has developed a good sense of imagination, it would be considered a perfect beginning to the Children's Study Group.
Once you begin a Study Group of your choice you cannot move within The Write Space to another Group as each are uniquely structured.
Refunds are not given for Study Groups missed. Likewise missed dates are not held over.
We include Writing Homework as part of all our Study Groups. As you develop in our Study Group, your strength as a writer will increase. Many past students have published in the national media, with some going on to construct excellent portfolios for entry into further education. Others have found their writing has become the basis for effective presentations to prospective employers. Students have continued to develop careers as published authors.
You can talk to us and we will be able to assess what you are looking for and how we can help.
Creative Writing has many benefits. It has been scientifically proven that well-developed reading skills are linked to enhanced creative abilities. The creative process between ‘brainstorming’ (planning a story) and ‘creative writing’ (writing a new and creative literary text) suggests an association between verbal thinking and the process of creating a coherent story concept. As a result, Creative Writing activates patterns in the brain associated with handwriting, language processing, and cognitive areas. Our Study Groups also lead to community bonds and supportive endeavours.
Initially we do not over-worry about incorrect spellings and grammar. The Study Groups with TWS, aim to unlock each writer’s potential and that can begin with free-writing – which leads on to trusted techniques of self-correction developed over time. Many adults arrive at TWS with the idea the Study Groups resemble school classes. Once this is removed, the writers begin to develop, allowing their own creative writing style to emerge.
Autobiography/Memoir – Collaborative writing – Corporate development – Creative non-fiction – Epic – Flash fiction – Novel – Novella – Youth Adult – Playwriting/Dramatic writing – Poetry – Screenwriting – Short story – Narrative – Show Don’t Tell.