Community Classes (Surrey, B.C.) – ON HOLD DURING COVID19

FREE 1-Hour Writing Memoir Workshop (Semiahmoo Arts)

Meet local writer and instructor, Taslim Jaffer, for a one hour workshop about writing memoir. During this session, you will have the opportunity to learn about the art of memoir, try a few exercises and ask any questions about Taslim’s classes.

Wednesday September 12, 2018 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

14601 20th Ave, Surrey, B.C.

Register here with code 4615667

Writing Memoir (Semiahmoo Arts)

What do you have to offer the world? Uncover and capture your life-gained wisdom, no matter what stage of life you are in. Through written exercises and discussion, award-winning writer, Taslim Jaffer will teach you how to write about your personal legacy. Individual mentoring and shared tricks and tools will facilitate the creation of your writing projects.

Wednesdays                                     7 Classes                                   September 19-October 31
11:00am – 12:30pm                            $112

14601 20th Ave, Surrey, B.C.

Register here with code 4615666

I thoroughly enjoyed this class with Taslim. She was able to provide a relaxed & informative writing environment. Always a positive & encouraging instructor, she was able to pull the writer from all of us.

Terri F., Creative Writing

Taslim is a gentle soul – full of knowledge in the writing field. She has been a tremendous help to me in more ways than one at getting my book ‘polished.’

Elizabeth G., Creative Writing

Focusing on individual events in my past and describing them on paper has opened up my understanding of myself in ways I could not have imagined. For the first time, I can actually see the scope of my life, the directions it’s taken, and how my personal character traits have influenced my choices…So therapeutic!

Chris R., Writing for Legacy

It might sound grandiose to say that ‘Writing for Legacy’ is life changing but for me, it has been. Taslim is like a profound gardener, taking the time not to just cut away and clean up things, but to enhance, enlighten…I now feel healthy, honest and even beautiful even in my ‘ugly’ parts.

Sandy W., Writing for Legacy