About

This blog is intended for all those who attended the Fiction: Work in Progress course at the Arvon centre at Lumb Bank in October 2014. The aim is to provide a space to stay in touch, share work, follow progress and get support and encouragement.

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  1. Just a quick note to check my WordPress account is working. Many thanks for getting the blog up and running, Charlie. Are you able to send me an invite to contribute blog posts via my profile, or do you need to do it through email? Either way, please count me in. Thank you!

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  2. I’m all for this now I’ve finally got in to the page! Such a while since I used wordpress it’s like being back to square 1. Are we going to take turns in writing a blog about our progress or just post when we feel like it? We must make sure the blog is not entirely for the benefit of a small number of people but then again no one can make anyone else blog. Also, I’m not sure yet how one gets to write a new blog – some help here please Charley. And now to bed since I have been working on ‘the novel’ for most of the day and, as is usual at the end of such a day, I have no idea whether what I’ve done is good, bad or indifferent and certainly not whether the piece will stay in the novel. Also I’m keen to get upstairs before my husband starts watching the Remembrance Service since it always makes me cry and I can do without crying this evening. Goodnight All. Jane Hayward evenmorewords.wordpress.com but don’t look at it yet as it is woefully out of date.

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  3. Thank you, Charlie. I’m amazed that I’ve managed to reply. Looking forward to contributing when I’ve actually done some work. I’ll be on the look out for other people’s contributions meanwhile. Thanks again.

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