Let's Write Together.

The Writers' Hour is a virtual writing sprint held each weekday morning.

Free for all to attend.

Four sessions are held at 8am across four timezones. Join one or all sessions.

Grab a hot drink and get some writing done with us!

8-9am GMT

8-9am EST

(1pm GMT)

8-9am PST

(4pm GMT)

8-9am AEDT

(9pm GMT)

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"Feeling great, wrote more than 800 words."

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Writers' Hour Details

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EventDay/TimeMeeting IDZoom LinkPWAdd to Cal
🇬🇧 UK MorningsMon-Fri, 8-9am GMT170 894 946ZoomLWSWRITEGoogle / iCal
🗽US Eastern MorningsMon-Fri, 8-9am EST849 7686 1144ZoomLWSWRITEGoogle / iCal
🌴US Pacific MorningsMon-Fri, 8-9am PST989 1935 7487ZoomLWSWRITEGoogle / iCal
🦘 AUS MorningsMon-Fri, 8-9am AEDT880 8520 3020ZoomLWSWRITEGoogle / iCal

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Writers' Hour is made possible by our wonderful Patrons.

"Has already has paid for itself...wrote more in the last week than in the last 44 years."