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Come and write in Bath!
Would you like to relax in the beautiful little city of Bath – and bring your writing with you?
Diana offers workshops at her comfortable early Victorian house in Bath, with personal writing coaching, delicious home-made biscuits, – and a library room to work in. On some workshops, former Editor of The Northern Echo and The Bath Chronicle, David Kernek, gives a question and answer session on the craft of writing. He is editor of Go Holiday! travel magazine, and will be guest speaker on a Travel Writing Workshop.
Her house in the city centre is just twelve minutes walk from the Roman Baths and the Pump Room. All the history, beauty and bookshops that Bath has to offer are right on the doorstep! You may want to experience the Aqua Sulis open air rooftop spa pool, where you can bathe under the stars, in the warm thermal waters. Or visit the city’s many charity and independent bookshops, or just sip a cappuccino or a glass of wine overlooking the river.
There’s so much to do in Bath, all within walking distance…but you don’t have to do it all!
Try a workshop in the morning, then wander round Bath for the rest of the day. Stay in one of the city's nice b and bs - bring your partner or come alone - check out www.visitbath.co.uk for accomodation details.
"If you have a specific project we can work on that, and move it on – or perhaps you just want to discuss aspects of writing. I like to give practical tips and personal guidance, so that you leave refreshed and with tools to move your writing on. I can offer follow-up help too"
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says Diana."But my main concern is that you should enjoy the workshop and have a relaxing time. If you feel worn-out or exhausted – this is the place to come. Bath works its magic on everyone, and I like to think the house does too.I haven't had a student yet who's left without feeling both they and their writing are re-energised."
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