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Hidden talents / Erica James.

By: James, Erica, 1960-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London : Orion, 2002Description: 416 pages ; 24cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0752841386 :.Subject(s): Creative writing -- Psychological aspects -- Fiction | Self-help groups -- Fiction | General fictionGenre/Form: Contemporary fiction.DDC classification: 823.914 Summary: Dulcie Ballantyne knows that creative writer's groups attract an unlikely bunch of people, so when she starts up Hidden Treasures she is well prepared for the assortment of personalities she is bringing together.
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Dulcie Ballantyne knows that creative writers' groups attract an unlikely mix of people, so when she starts up Hidden Talents, she is well prepared for the assortment of people she is bringing together. Beth King is facing empty-nest syndrome as her only son, Nathan, looks forwrad to leaving home for university. Jack Solomon, a local estate agent, is having trouble coming to terms with the shock of his wife leaving him for his best friend. Jaz Rafferty is an intensely private seventeen-year-old girl, who writes to escape her large, boisterous family. Victor Blackmore is an opinionated know-it-all, who claims to be writing the blockbuster novel every publisher will be clamouring for. What they all have in common is a need to escape, as well as a desire to keep their lives as private as possible. Even Dulcie who, at the age of sixty-three, has been having an affair with a married man for the last three years. As they grow more confident in their writing skills, friendships develop and gradually they come to realise that a little openness isn't necessarily a bad thing.

Dulcie Ballantyne knows that creative writer's groups attract an unlikely bunch of people, so when she starts up Hidden Treasures she is well prepared for the assortment of personalities she is bringing together.

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