Tag Archives: Rough Writers Tour Around the World

Real Memoir Imaginary Flash And Not Your Typical Anthology

Welcome to Sherri Matthew’s Summerhouse in the UK: this week’s stop on the Rough Writers Tour Around the World.
Sherri discusses the role that flash fiction plays in her memoir writing in both an entertaining and informative way.
After you read Sherri’s post, pack your bags and get ready to travel. Next stop will be with me: from the UK in the north to sunny Queensland in the south. See you then!

A View From My Summerhouse

Summerhouse in Spring (c) Sherri Matthews

When I moved house last October, I said goodbye to my Summerhouse.  That is, to the wood and nails of it.  To the little wooden house painted blue , strung with pretty bunting and lights which no longer belongs to me.

My Summerhouse wasn’t just my writing space; over the years, it was home to a nest of bumble bees in the ground below, several spiders and their cobwebs spun in dusty corners, and a hedgehog who took up residence at the back.

I miss it, but I smile through my wistful nostalgia when I look at the photos, because I know that it is the virtual essence of the Summerhouse that remains.

My Summerhouse is imaginary now, a virtual meeting place, but it is no less real, filled with you, my lovely people.  A community created by the footprints you leave with…

View original post 1,031 more words

Rough writers tour around the world

Can you think of five reasons for writing flash fiction? Sacha Black can!


This week the Rough Writers Tour Around the World stops off in the UK with Sacha Black, YA sci-fi writer.

Pop over to Sacha’s blog to find out how to harness the power of writing flash fiction to hone writing skills.

Sacha also tells you how to purchase the Congress of Rough Writers Anthology Volume 1.

Here is a list of March Tour dates:

Carrot Ranch Rough Writers March Tour Dates

Each one is bound to hold interesting insights into the writer’s process. Make sure you don’t miss any!