Starting today and for the next week, A BLAST ON THE WAVERLEY’S WHISTLE, our first anthology is available as a kindle ebook for only 99p. Just visit here to purchase: http://amzn.eu/0fgryAE.
On July 7th 2018, the Bognor Write Club launched its second edition of the Chichester Ghost Tour: a self-guided optional pub crawl of the city of Chichester. The first edition sold well but some shops had closed and new ghost stories had been uncovered, so a new edition was needed. We celebrated by conducting aContinue reading “2018 Chichester Ghost Tour 2nd Edition”
We released our 2nd anthology and our 3rd collaborative book in November 2017. The View From Here is a high quality mix of short stories and poems. Feel free to buy a copy from Amazon! Contributors: Back Row: Steve Taylor, Sebastian Phillips, Heather Robbins, Robert Winter. Front Row: Julia Macfarlane, Bee Gray, Jenny Dean
We produced the book: “Chichester Ghost Tour, a self-guided pub crawl through Chichester city centre” in collaboration with CHINDI and organised a guided ghost tour as part of the Festival of Chichester on 21st June. Julia Macfarlane led the tour with the help of Helen Christmas and Alison Jones. 25 people accompanied them for an hour and oohed andContinue reading “Chichester Ghost Tour”
York and Edinburgh’s Ghost Walks are famous and an essential part of many people’s weekend visits to these cities. But where is Chichester’s? With its Roman history and beautiful old pubs that allegedly used to be part of a smugglers’ network, where are our ghost stories? When Julia MacfarlaneContinue reading “New Chichester Ghost Tour Launched”
We are writing our pieces for our next anthology. Deadline for entries by members is the end of June 2017 and we are hoping the new anthology will hit the bookshelves late October 2017. This will be the second publication the Bognor Regis Write Club will have produced this year. The Chichester Ghost Tour isContinue reading “Plans for 2017”
The press attention hit new heights this week with not just one but three photos of our group in the Bognor Observer. In typical local paper professionalism the same photo was used twice in two separate stories. I am not complaining – all publicity is good publicity, as long as it’s not mentioning thatContinue reading “In The Spotlight”
Ten of us attended. The theme for this month was to read out pieces we would like to offer for the anthology. A weird theme emerged with three pieces touching on peadophilia – uh-oh! Luckily we also had some Japanese fantasy and a Sherlock Holmes mystery as well as more poetry than usual. We congratulatedContinue reading “January meeting”
I was reviewing our current members and realised two have stopped communicating, with no explanation. Both are surprising; the first dropped off the radar several months ago. At the time the group was looking for new premises and this person offered us her business premises. How nice! On the day, she contacted me to sayContinue reading “We’ve been ghosted – how rude!”
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