My Blogging Workshop

Thank you to New Farm Library for hosting my blogging workshop yesterday.

I was delighted to meet the lovely group of people who turned up.

I have been following Maria’s blog The Next Stage for some time now and yesterday I met her in person. Thanks for taking this pic Maria. (I should have got someone else to take the photo so that you could have joined me. Sigh.)

At my blogging workshop, all ready to go.

At my blogging workshop, all ready to go.

We had a couple of authors in the audience, Rhyll and Wayne Paul. Rhyll has written Pebbles in the Road and, for children, Friends of the Flood. Check out her website.

Incidentally, Rhyll is giving a writers’ workshop at Sandgate Library on 26th February and Corinda Library on 26th March.

Wayne Paul is an illustrator with a heightened sense of humour and his book is Crutches. Check this link for his website Droopy Draws (I didn’t dare ask where he got his nick-name from). Watch out for his name in The Courier Mail shortly.

Wayne Paul and me with his book 'Crutches'.

Wayne Paul and me with his book ‘Crutches’.

Debbie came along from Brisbane Booze and Books (I quote) “A bookclub for like-minded people who enjoy great food, alcohol and books.”  They have nearly 300 members.

I was going to write about my workshop, but I found that there was much more talent in the audience than there was standing in front of the overhead projector!

I havn’t mentioned everyone who attended by name, but they were all a wonderful lively bunch, for that I thank you.

Jerry Coleby-Williams

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