New Writers at Sea retreat

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I’m very excited to announce the dates for our next Writers at Sea retreat which will set sail from Sydney, Australia, on 4 November until 12 November, 2019. We’re sailing on Royal Caribbean’s Radiance of the Seas and as I recently sailed with Royal Caribbean on a  family holiday, I  can assure you it is going to be an amazing adventure for retreat attendees!

We cater for fiction and non-fiction writers, beginners and experienced – whatever stage you are at, we have workshops and one-on-one sessions to help you develop your craft and make your work shine. And, of course, there’s the added bonus of pristine beaches, azure waters and warm sunshine!

If you’d like to find out more about the retreat you can visit our webpage HERE.

And you can sign up for the Writers at Sea newsletter to keep up to date with sales and special events HERE.

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Isle of Pines, New Caledonia

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One of the things Tina and I are excited about with the Writers at Sea retreat we’re running at the end of August this year, is the amazing places participants will get to experience. If the idea of sandy beaches and warm azure waters appeals, then the Isle of Pines is the perfect place to visit.

The Isle of Pines is situated 100 kilometres by ocean from New Caledonia’s capital, Noumea, and a visit to this beautiful island will leave you refreshed and inspired. Surrounded by the New Caledonia Barrier Reef, there’s plenty of opportunity to go snorkelling, paddle boarding, sea kayaking, hiking, or lying on the beach reading a book, working on your own book, or having a nap (because why not?).

The world’s largest gecko resides on this island that once served as a French penal colony in the 1800s. When Captain James Cook first saw the island he named it the Isle of Pines because of the tall native pines. It’s an impressive sight and one you’re likely to remember forever.

Aptly nicknamed l’île la plus proche du paradis (the closest island to Paradise), a visit to the Isle of Pines is likely to be high on your list of favourite places ever visited. Yes, I’m that sure you’ll love it!

We stil have some places available on the Writers at Sea retreat and Carnival currently have a sale on cabins so you can snap up a bargain!

For more details, please CLICK HERE.

 

 

Sun, Sea and Writing!

I am so very excited to announce that I will be collaborating with my very good friend and super talented writer, T.M. Clark on a unique writing retreat that sails to one of the Pacific’s most treasured destinations—New Caledonia. The relaxing nature of cruising will give you plenty of time to work on your projects as well as meet like-minded writers. When in port, you’ll have the option of exploring the vibrant local culture, swim in crystal clear waters or stroll along pristine beaches lined with palm trees—the perfect way to inspire creativity and rejuvenate your spirit!

Suitable for writers with any degree of experience, this retreat includes workshops, writing sessions, feedback, and mentoring. There’ll also be time to relax and gaze out at the azure ocean and endless blue sky, take in a show or game of trivia, read by one of the many pools, or undertake an on-shore adventure.

If you’d like to find out more, please click on the graphic below or email me directly. I’m more than happy to answer any questions!

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