This week saw the launch of a new writing retreat in the heart of Angus – Chasing Time Writing Retreats. I have to admit to a little bias in bringing this to your attention, as it is being run by two writing friends, Sandra Ireland and Dawn Geddes, and me.
We were inspired by the hugely unique and atmospheric Rosely Country House Hotel, where we meet as part of Angus Writers’ Circle, and felt it would make the perfect setting for our new business venture. We’re excited at the prospect of inviting other writers onto our tutored retreats and to share our passion for writing with those attending. We can’t wait to get started!
You can read about our trial run here, on a post shared by Sandra earlier this evening.
Buying a gift for a writer is easy. An elegant pen, a bespoke notebook. A new edition of a much-loved classic. But ask a writer what their dream gift would be, and it might well be something you can’t pick up online.
We crave it, can’t get enough of it. We want time that is elastic, time that stands still. Time that will work with us, and allow us to craft that perfect chapter before the kids come home, or the dog demands to be walked.
We all desire it, we’re all chasing it. You can’t buy it, but you can make it, if you allow a little space in your hectic schedule. Last month, three intrepid scribblers set out to do just that!
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