A Novel Approach – One month to go!

Ocelot Press author Jennifer C. Wilson is running a series of writing workshops in North Shields, UK, starting in February. If you live in that part of the world, this is an opportunity not to miss. And at £15 per session, it’s a bargain.

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In one month, on the 9th February, I’ll be hosting the first of six workshops I have planned in North Shields Library over the coming year, as part of my ‘A Novel Approach’ series, and I cannot wait.

person uses pen on bookAs both an attendee and organiser, I absolutely adore writing workshops, of any style or genre, and at any level. There’s just something about starting with a blank page, being given a prompt, and feeling that spark of creativity strike, and the ink start to flow. As an organiser especially, seeing everyone, heads-down, pens rushing across the page, is a wonderful feeling. It means you’ve explained the prompt sufficiently for one thing!

That’s why I decided to organise my own series. Over the course of the first workshop, we’ll be looking at initial idea-generation, how to get those ideas into something resembling a plot, and other ways of getting…

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And then there were 10! A New Addition to Nancy Jardine’s Celtic Fervour series

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We’re thrilled to announce that the fourth title in Nancy Jardine’s exciting Celtic Fervour series will be published under the Ocelot Press imprint on 15th November and is currently on pre-order on Amazon. This brings the number of Ocelot Press published titles up to 10 in only a few months since we launched. Continue reading “And then there were 10! A New Addition to Nancy Jardine’s Celtic Fervour series”

Two Ocelot Press Titles Shortlisted for Book of the Month

We’re delighted, and very excited, to announce that the Discovering Diamonds review site has shortlisted not one, but two, Ocelot Press titles for its October Book of the Month: The Last Plantagenet? by Jennifer C. Wilson and The Ghostly Father, by Sue Barnard.  Continue reading “Two Ocelot Press Titles Shortlisted for Book of the Month”

No More Woe for Juliet and her Romeo? The Ghostly Father Joins Ocelot Press

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“… Never was a story of more woe
Than this of Juliet and her Romeo…”

Ocelot Press author Sue Barnard writes:

It’s almost forty years since I first saw Franco Zeffirelli’s wonderful 1968 film of William Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet.  There wasn’t a dry eye in the cinema at the end, and I came away thinking: This is the world’s greatest love story – so why does it have to end so badly? Continue reading “No More Woe for Juliet and her Romeo? The Ghostly Father Joins Ocelot Press”

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