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Tea Time: Writing Our Leaves and Our Lives Workshop

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, January 9, 2017
Tea Time: Writing Our Leaves and Our Lives Workshop
 
Explore the tasty partnership of tea, story, poetry and writing—in this special writing workshop with author Megan Willome. Limit 10 participants. Registration will open on January 4. Class begins February 6, 2017.
 
Do you drink tea—either occasionally, or like your life depends upon it?
 
Sometimes life is hard. Sometimes it leaves you on the ground, as the main character Laura finds out in the first chapter of The Novelist. All she wants is a cup of tea, when she suddenly feels faint and lies down on the kitchen floor. By chapter 2, she’s flat out, staring at the ceiling.
 
Our hero does finally get up and steep the tea, but first she takes a trip down memory lane to figure out how she got where she is and if she’s brave enough to deal with a request from an online friend named Megan, who has a tea empire, and who has challenged Laura to write a novel in record time.
 
Hi, my name is Megan Willome, and I do not have a tea empire. I do, however, adore tea. I’m also well-acquainted with life leaving me flat on the floor. What gets me up? Sometimes it’s nothing more than the thought of a cup of tea.
 
In this workshop we’ll talk about (and drink!) tea and use it as a vehicle for writing about our lives. We’ll also read The Novelist, in which tea is as much a character as Laura or Megan.




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Tea Time: Writing Our Leaves and Our Lives Workshop

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, January 9, 2017
Tea Time: Writing Our Leaves and Our Lives Workshop
 
Explore the tasty partnership of tea, story, poetry and writing—in this special writing workshop with author Megan Willome. Limit 10 participants. Registration will open on January 4. Class begins February 6, 2017.
 
Do you drink tea—either occasionally, or like your life depends upon it?
 
Sometimes life is hard. Sometimes it leaves you on the ground, as the main character Laura finds out in the first chapter of The Novelist. All she wants is a cup of tea, when she suddenly feels faint and lies down on the kitchen floor. By chapter 2, she’s flat out, staring at the ceiling.
 
Our hero does finally get up and steep the tea, but first she takes a trip down memory lane to figure out how she got where she is and if she’s brave enough to deal with a request from an online friend named Megan, who has a tea empire, and who has challenged Laura to write a novel in record time.
 
Hi, my name is Megan Willome, and I do not have a tea empire. I do, however, adore tea. I’m also well-acquainted with life leaving me flat on the floor. What gets me up? Sometimes it’s nothing more than the thought of a cup of tea.
 
In this workshop we’ll talk about (and drink!) tea and use it as a vehicle for writing about our lives. We’ll also read The Novelist, in which tea is as much a character as Laura or Megan.




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