Brian John, scientist, geographer and writer. His novels include the 8-volume “Angel Mountain” Saga which achieved cult following, and which has now been sold to Bolinda for audiobook versions. There’s also a chiller thriller first published as “Acts of God” and recently rebranded as “Icefall Zero.” His children’s story, “The Strange Affair of the Ethiopian Treasure Chest” won the 2011 Wishing Shelf Award for books aimed at 6-8 year-olds.
Does the idea of tweeting fill you with terror? The thought of posting pictures to Instagram make you shrivel up inside? Or maybe you're already winning on social and you just want to fine-tune your skills to target agents or potential readers?
On Wednesday 4th December we will be talking with one of our own members, Eleanor St Clair, about all things digital marketing.
We are extremely fortunate to have the renowned scriptwriter and novelist ROB GITTINS as our speaker.
Rob Gittins is an award-winning screenwriter who has written for numerous top-rated television drama series, including EastEnders, Casualty and The Bill. He has also written over twenty original radio plays for BBC Radio 4 and his drama series, Losing Paradise, won the Gold Drama Medal at the New York International Radio Festival. He was Executive Producer on Crash, a drama series for BBC Wales from Tony Jordan's Red Planet Pictures and he was also Script Executive and writer on Stella, a series created by and featuring Ruth Jones (Gavin and Stacey).
We are extremely fortunate to have children's and adult novelist Wendy White as our speaker, author of Mamgu’s Campervan and the Knights in Shining Armour, as well as Welsh Cakes and Custard, Three Cheers for Wales and St David’s Day is Cancelled.
On Wednesday, June 5th we will be hosting Dean Powell, historian, author and owner of a PR firm.
Dean Powell has published a collection of fascinating history books while also contributing essays to a variety of specialist publications and websites.