Write with us in Paris
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Writing retreats for women, created by women who know and love Paris
What if you had a week to focus on yourself and your writing—in Paris?
Join us in one of the most beautiful cities in the world and take your writing to the next level in an inspiring and supportive environment.
- Hone your craft with expert workshops
- Build your manuscript with daily writing sessions
- Get coaching with our in-residence writers
- Get inspired by writers like you (not to mention the City of Light!)
- Share ideas and knowledge
- Create lifelong friendships with women who share your love of writing and travel
- Stay in one of the most popular, vibrant neighborhoods
- Enjoy free time to explore the City of Light
- Discover charming shops, restaurants, and sights
Your Creative Team
We’re writers, coaches, and industry experts who want to share Paris with other women writing commercial fiction: romance, erotica, women’s fiction, memoirs (that includes blogs), mystery, and more.
Along with sessions by agents and publishing insiders, our team is here to take you beyond stereotypes, both of Paris and with your writing. We want to help you create must-reads that resonate with your audience and remind you of why you love writing.
And we want to treat you to a great time. Daily adventures will immerse you in the magic of the City of Light, with evenings free to write, relax, and explore. There
might even definitely will be wine. This is Paris, after all!
- June 2023: Paris
- Date TBD: Women’s fiction in Provence
Contact us to learn more about upcoming retreats
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