1st Annual Women’s Writer Retreat

Malaga, Spain


Bambu Resort, May 10th– 17th, 2014


Do the one thing you’ve always wanted to: write under the Spanish sun for an entire week!

Join a small group of writers at Bambu Resort in Malaga, Spain for a week of writing and constructive feedback. Get your work under way, or work through that novel you’ve been stuck on.

The retreat will be run by Victoria Oldham, editor and writing consultant. Joining her will be Radclyffe publisher at Bold Strokes Books and author of more than forty books. Receive constructive feedback at writing sessions throughout the week, with plenty of time to do your own writing and enjoy the laid back lifestyle under the Spanish sun.

The package includes your accommodation, breakfast and a light lunch every day, plus your writing workshops and feedback. Bambu is a gorgeous resort set against a backdrop of mountains and avocado groves, with the beach only fifteen minutes away, just outside the city of Malaga. Share your room with a fellow writer and receive a reduced price, or bring a partner for a small supplement, and she can enjoy the sun and sand while you write. Tavernas and shops are a short walk away, making it a great place for couples who may want to do different things.

Seven days of writing and feedback from professionals, in a private resort under the Spanish sun. Make your writing dreams come true, and book early!

For more information, go to:

http://www.bambu-resort.com / reservations@bambu-resort.com



8 Responses to “1st Annual Women’s Writer Retreat”

  1. 1 S.A. June 11, 2013 at 9:21 AM

    Sounds like a great opportunity! Makes me wish I was more creative in the writing department. 😉


  2. 2 onamarae June 11, 2013 at 9:28 AM

    Oh wow! What an opportunity! It says “Annual” so that means I can start saving up for the 2nd Annual Writer Retreat!



  3. 3 Erin Saluta June 11, 2013 at 10:58 AM

    Wow! What an opportunity!! It sounds like something right out of a romance novel so I’m sure their will be plenty of inspiration!


  4. 4 simplepleasures59 June 11, 2013 at 1:59 PM

    This is an exciting prospect! I’ll definitely have to research the possibility of going!


  5. 5 Denna June 11, 2013 at 5:04 PM

    If you’re a writer and on the fence about going read Spanish Heart by Rachel Spangler. Her book describes Spain, it’s people and culture to a tee. It’s everything she describes and more. I just got back from spending two weeks in Espana and Rachel’s book was an excellent reference and a fun re-read.


  6. 6 Brooke June 11, 2013 at 7:18 PM

    This sounds awesome! Great idea to have it in a relaxing environment, that always makes the creative juices flow.


  7. 7 Kim June 13, 2013 at 1:06 PM

    Wow, what an excellent opportunity. I look forward to reading the works that come out of this retreat! Go writers go.


  8. 8 Terry Fountain June 16, 2013 at 10:45 AM

    Cheers to all who get to indulge in this wonderful opportunity! Wish I could be a part but english has never been my strength, and the thought of me writing anything another would read…well, I just don’t see that happening. Hell, I’m lucky if I put the comma in the correct place…lol!!
    So…safe trip to all. Take lots of pictures and we’ll all look forward to hearing the tales upon your return.


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