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If you’re interested in becoming a writer, this opportunity could provide you with the inspiration and help you need!
About the author
Tamsin Keily studied psychology before completing a post-graduate degree in primary education. She now lives in Berkshire where she juggles writing with her job as a primary school teacher. After losing her mother to cancer at aged eleven, she wanted to use stories as a way to explore loss and grief, and the extraordinary magic that we all have as humans to weather the scariest of storms. She has had two adult books published - Daisy Cooper’s Rules for Living and The Surprising Days of Isla Pembroke. She is also in the process of writing a third book which is for children.
About the Q&A
Tamsin will be answering questions from Young Scot Members, you could ask about her journey to becoming a published author, where she finds her inspiration or anything about being a writer you would like to know.
Please note, not everyone who applies will be selected to attend.
When: The workshop will take place virtually on Zoom. This will be on 16th November at 7pm and will last around 45 minutes. The session will be supported by Young Scot staff.
How to apply: To apply for this reward, click ‘Get Now’ and complete the form. 100 points will be deducted from your account. If you are chosen to attend, you will be sent a consent form to compete as well as further information on how to access the Zoom session. If you are under 16 years old, you will require permission from a parent/guardian. Please note, not everyone who applies will be selected to attend.