Next #WritersWise is this Thurs 9th April 2020. All welcome to join using the hashtag #WritersWise on every tweet for the hour 8-9pm UK/Irleland. We trended #2 in Ireland last week even though many tweets were without the hashtag!
Topic – Reading and Writing during the pandemic.
T1. Can you read/write these days?
T2 What locations (at home) are are you writing/reading in?
T3 What genres are you hitting that are new to you or are you sticking with the old-faithfuls?
T4 Kelly’s book explores many great themes – what are your favourite themes?
T5 Have we got any reading quotes/gifs to share. If not RT Kelly’s fine book links pls
Detective Inspector Harriet Sloane is plagued by nightmares while someone from her past watches from a distance. In East Belfast, local four-year-old River, vanishes from his room. Sloane must put her own demons to bed and find the boy. Before it’s too late.
Kelly Creighton lives in Co. Down and facilitates creative writing classes for community groups and schools. For five years she curated The Incubator literary journal. Her published books include The Bones of It (San Diego Book Review’s 2015 Novel of the Year) and Bank Holiday Hurricane (shortlisted in the Saboteur Award’s Best Short Story Collection category and longlisted for the 2017 Edge Hill Prize). She is currently writing the third book in her series of detective novels set in East Belfast. Book 1, The Sleeping Season, is out now. Book 2 will be released in November.