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Wednesday, 15 May 2013

Fabulous Courses at Chez Castillon This Summer

Look at that swimming pool! Can't you just see yourself lounging next to it with a G&T in your hand after an inspiring day of writing?

You can? Excellent!

I'm very pleased to be able to tell you about some courses, with amazing tutors, coming up at Chez Castillon this summer.

Having been out there last year, I can vouch for how wonderful the place is.



Writing Fiction with Sue Moorcroft

Saturday 15th June – Friday 21st June 2013

Uncover the secrets of page-turning in a five-day hands-on workshop.

Unlock Your Inner Writer with Rowan Coleman

Saturday 27th July – Friday 2nd August 2013

An inspirational course to give you the skills to release your creativity, originate ideas, learn to structure and craft your writing.

Chez Castillon is in Castillon-la-Bataille in a very beautiful area of France near to Bordeaux and Bergerac.

The cost is £875 per person, and as well as the top-class tuition, it includes all the food you can eat and all the wine you can drink. Seriously!

And as if all that wasn't enough, I'm planning to go along to Rowan's course myself. We are intending to have *a lot* of fun,


You can find out more about Chez Castillon, and the full programme for the year, here. http://chez-castillon.com/




5 comments:

londonles said...

Hello Helen, did you know there is a dedicated Chez Castillon page on Facebook? Perhaps you would care to put your latest bog on it. I was there for a week in April and totally loved it.
Regards
les Moriarty

Cally Taylor said...

That looks AMAZING. I want to come! Put me down for teaching a psychological thriller course after my book comes out next year! Once I've worked out how it is I write them, that is ;)

antoniabloomwriting said...

I'd love to come! It will have to be next year though.

antoniabloomwriting said...

If the courses are being held next year, I'd love to go.

Anonymous said...

I have done an art course there and it was just so much fun! Beautiful house, tasty food and a lot of laughter!