Myfanwy Cook

About me

Myfanwy is a prize winning short fiction writer. She has written and taught creative fiction writing from historical fiction, romance and poetry to ‘How to use words effectively’ themed workshops for over ten years. The primary objective of all her workshops and those of her associates is to provide the opportunity for aspiring writers to reach their objectives.

Her approach to coaching writing is a practical one. Myfanwy’s method is aimed at providing aspiring writers with the opportunity to practise, and experiment with the range of skills that are appropriate to the type of fiction or creative writing that they would like to master.

To achieve this she uses structured activities and tasks, which provide a framework for them to progress towards their own goals, such as seeing their work published.

She has written commissioned articles on the craft of writing and has had over 100 stories published in the UK and Australia including historical and romantic fiction. Myfan

From my website

Time to Dance with Words

Late 18th century – Getting ready to celebrate in a Royal Fashion The Last Dance – Tango, Jive, Hip-Hop or Waltz? Introduction: An activity aimed at stretching your creative imagination, and to encourage you to dip your creative feet into a new pool of ideas. Instructions: Pick a type of…

Creative Writing Cocktails: Shake and stir your creative inspiration

Creative Writing Cocktails: Shake and stir your creative imagination Creative Writing Cocktails: Shake and stir your creative inspiration by Myfanwy Cook is now available as a Kindle edition https://www.amazon.co.uk/Creative-Writing-Cocktails-creative-inspiration-ebook/ “This series of short and structured activities is designed for you, or your writing group, to explore different settings, prompts and ideas…

The ‘true’ scent of Austen’s London

The ‘true’ scent of Austen’s London ‘The Microcosm of London first appeared in 1808’ Did Jane know about the Albany? If so what did she think about it? These were two of the questions that popped into my mind arriving back in Piccadilly. The Albany doesn’t have a street number,…

 
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