Self-Care Sundays: Creative WritingBook now
Unlock your creativity and learn how to write your own piece of engaging fiction.
How many of us love the idea of writing a piece of fiction but don't know where to start? Join two Loughborough University students as they help you unlock your potential and develop your descriptive writing using images.
In this session you will explore literary techniques and their significance as well as learning how to employ them in your writing. You'll go over the basics of how to construct a successful paragraph which will help you engage your reader in a more creative and unique way.
The session will involve the use of images to spur your imagination and help you produce a captivating piece of work. Image-based writing can be therapeutic and allows you to channel your energy in a creative format - the perfect way to finish a weekend and set you up for the week ahead!
Sarah Yeboah-Smith is a second year Economics students with a background in and passion for creative and non-fiction writing.
Aaliyah Remorin is a second year Psychology student with a fascination and previous background in the analysis and interpretation of text.
This workshop will take place via Zoom. Places are limited and joining instructions will be emailed in advance to everyone who books.
This workshop is part of Self-Care Sundays - regular online sessions encouraging you to take some time out for yourself, relax and de-stress. These events combine creative workshops with mindfulness techniques and practices.