Fiona McIntosh

April 2014 Popular Fiction Masterclass is launched!

Wow, I can’t keep up with all of you amazing writers around Australia. I haven’t even hosted the April 2013 class and September’s class is full and I have opened up the April 2014 class to cope with the enquiries. Thank you to everyone who has shown such interest.

Registrations are open and I will be contacting everyone who has already put a hand in the air for a seat at my table. There are now a dozen places left for April next year and interested people should feel free to email me via this website and I will get back to asap with details.

We will kick it off on Thursday, April 24 through April 28, 2014. If you want more details of what the course covers, please click through to workshops (above).

As with the previous two, this Popular Fiction Masterclass will be held in South Australia.



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  1. Maddy Newman April 19, 2013

    Hi Fiona,
    Would love to be at the April masterclass – it would certainly give me the motivation to COMMIT, wouldn’t it! Would you be so kind as to send me the details, and if I can manage it, I think it would be a good move for me to be there…
    Brilliant to see you at the Glenelg talk – always inspiring and a good old fashioned laugh as well, Cheers,
    PS: the Lavender spray smells divine…put some on the wand…


  2. Leamon Burns May 5, 2013

    Hi mrs mcintosh I have been searching for a copy of the final installment of your Percheron saga The Goddess but aparently I live in a geographical oddity and can only have it delivered in 6 to10 weeks from anywhere is there a website or business in the USA that I can get it from sooner?


  3. Vivien Henderson May 18, 2013

    Dear Fiona,
    Thank you for your books. I have read the Lavender Keeper and the sequel to it and thoroughly enjoyed both. I moved to Tasmania 2 years ago and have visited the Lavender Farm at Bridstowe – just magnificient – so could smell the Lavender throughout your novels as I was reading. I have attended a couple of writers workshops in Tasmania and I have always been fascinated by this topic of research. i noticed that you did a lot of research for your books. Does the idea come first – then you research it or how does it all come about?
    n any event, congratulations for writing such excellent books. Best wishes, Vivien Henderson


  4. Heather Bond September 10, 2013

    Just went to your talk tonight in Merimbula. You are so passionate in your approach to writing. A must if anyone is to succeed . I am interested in Masterclass in September 2014. Could you keep in touch about details? I understand it’s 12 months away, but first steps must be taken. Thanks again for stirring the passion to follow dreams. Heather


    • Fiona September 23, 2013

      Oh thank you, Heather. It was fantastic to see you all in Merimbula and I think I could have chatted all night! Well done – see you in the masterclass in one year’s time. 🙂


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