My writing journey
Jane Bailey reflects on six months studying creative writing online

Toying with the idea of taking up a creative writing course in the New Year? Jane Bailey signed up to one of our Felixstowe Book Festival annual competition. I have recently sent off two more stories to national competitions, and I’m back working on the novel and having fun with it too!

Creative Writing Online is a partnership between Writers’ Centre Norwich and the University of East Anglia. You’ll be tutored by professional writers and benefit from UEA’s world-renowned expertise and knowledge. 

The deadline for Spring 2017 applications is 19 December 2016.

About Jane

Jane works as a development coach, based in East Anglia. Coaching face-to-face, or via telephone and skype, she supports people to set goals, overcome barriers and make change happen. When not working, or writing, she is a Trustee of Lighthouse Women’s Aid, an avid reader and also enjoys live music and theatre. To find out more about her coaching or to contact Jane go to: www.focuslifecoaching.co.uk or www.writecoach.co.uk

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