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Writing class by Maria McCann

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Writing class by Maria McCann

Post by boswellbaxter » Wed August 17th, 2011, 12:07 am

I received this message from Claire Dikecoglu, on behalf of Maria McCann, author of As Meat Loves Salt:

I'm writing because Maria is teaching a writing course in October that has a few spaces still available. We wanted to offer Historical Fiction Online members an exclusive discount. The course details are here:

http://www.chateauventenac.com/writingc ... ccann.html

Thanks and best,
Claire Dikecoglu

Claire and Maria are offering HFO members a 10 percent discount. If you're a member who's interested in the course (it's being held in the South of France), PM me (boswellbaxter) and I'll give you the code for HFO members. Please direct any other questions about the course to the website above.
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Post by Margaret » Thu August 18th, 2011, 4:32 pm

Oooh! Wish I could afford a trip to France. I would love to study writing with McCann, who is one of my most-admired novelists.
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