Oct 032014

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Well it’s that time again, folks… Another fortnight has positively whizzed by and we’ll be meeting again on Tuesday at our new venue, St. John’s Yard, from 8:00pm until probably quite late. The old faithfuls have settled in nicely, thank you, and we’ve also attracted a goodly number of newbies with more pledging to join us as soon as they can find gaps in their busy schedules. Which is nice. If you’re a writer type of any kidney living in or around Tunbridge Wells and you haven’t taken the plunge yet, please do – we’d love to meet you.

halloween cover new smallOne thing we’ll definitely be discussing on Tuesday is our special extra meeting for Halloween night on the 28th. This will be our second Halloween Special, and we hope it will be even bigger and better than the amazing turnout we had last year. Over the next two weeks we will be penning our 1000 word(ish) horror stories, ready for reading on the night. This is an ‘open door’ for anyone who fancies coming along to read and/or listen, and is a perfect evening for introducing yourself if you haven’t been able to make it to one of the regular meets. If you fancy a bit of Fancy Dress or Goth Glamour you won’t find yourself alone, so feel free to chuck on a Bride of Chuckie hairpiece or parade yourself in a Pennywise clown outfit as you see fit. Just don’t be upset if nobody notices, eh, Ms Gray?

In other Halloween News we have just launched our third e-book, the collected stories from last year’s Halloween bash. It’s available NOW from Smashwords in formats to suit all e-readers, and even as a PDF file if that’s the kind of thing that floats your boat. Just like our previous books this one’s totally FREE, and you can download it by clicking on the cover image on the right. So do it now, before you forget… Or the boogeyman will get you…


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