Friday, March 25, 2011

Creative Writing Workshops—Comes to Kota Kinabalu

First workshop at Universiti Malaysia Sabah
  Second workshop, open to the public:
Using Critical Thinking Skills to Turn Personal Experiences
into Narratives and Short Stories


When: Saturday,9 April
Time:  2.00-6.00pm
Cost:  RM100
Who:  13-90+ years old
Where:  7th Floor, Wisma Anglican, Karamunsing
Next:  Email or sms your name, contact phone number & email address to.................

Contacts:         Jude Day – 014-3514298 /
                        Farida Shukoor – 016-8486874 /

Critical thinking for surprising results!  Jumpstarting ideas – creating stories!

You don’t have to be a writer – but you can inspire yourself to write!                                    
Brainstorm and tap into your creativity – the results can amaze you!

Robert Raymer’s 4-hour Creative Writing Workshop covers the following areas:

How to organise a story – using colours, fears, objects, sensory details, what-if, festive occasions, unusual experiences, people and locations, feelings and emotions – things to avoid when writing – writing a story

Q&A Session

Robert Raymer will also bring copies of his books – so you can buy autographed copies!  Selling at Rm25 and Rm33 each. 

*Here's a link to Getting Started with Pre-Writing Techniques.
Organised by the KK Theatre Group, SPArKS 

** Here's a link to the actual workshop (with blog links from the happy participants).  If you wish to contact me for a workshop at your school or association, I can be reached at  

***Here the link to my website, to MPH online for orders for all three of my books, including my latest, Spirit of Malaysia and for Trois autres Malaisie.

*Announcement latest workshops:  Writing Your Life Stories 

Workshop—Kuching! 23 June 2012 (with links to other 

workshops and writing tips!) and also a workshop in KK on 17 

June 2012!  



sintaicharles said...

What a great opportunity! I hope I will be able to attend the workshop.

sintaicharles said...

How far is Karamunsing from Kota Kinabalu? Is there a flight from Miri to Karamunsing?

Borneo Expat Writer said...

Good. I assume that's a suburb or an area of KK. I'm flying into KK. Contact the organizers,see names on post and they'll direct you there.

sintaicharles said...

I have booked the flight to KK. See you.