The group met for the last time in the Masonic Hall. From September, meetings will be held in Largs Library. This session was devoted to members reading their own work.
The readings included several short stories, all with strong storylines and wit; three poems which were completely different from each other; a reflection on the wonder of flight; and an extract from an autobiographical book. An example of the imaginative content was Betty’s story with a magical whirring bird ornament – which gave out powerful, clairvoyant messages borne out with positive and then fatal consequences.
Time didn’t permit everyone to read, so next time there is a Read Your own Work opportunity, we will be looking to hear from those who missed out on this occasion.