The 24th Annual Western Reserve Spring Writers Conference will take place at Lakeland Community College on Saturday, March 28, from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. I’m excited to tell you I’ll be hosting one of the sessions, “How to Start and Maintain a Blog.” If you’ve wanted to write your own blog but don’t know where to start, I’ll teach you how to begin, help you brainstorm blog post ideas, and show you how to add pictures and media to enhance your writing, for starters.
Conference Coordinator Deanna Adams will talk about how to organize your novel and how to write your life story when you’re not famous. Sunny McClellan Morton will hold a workshop called “Powerful Words Make Powerful Prose,” and Nicole Eva Fraser will discuss “Ghostwriting for Fun and Profit.”
The cost of the conference is $69, and for an additional fee of $15, you can sign up for prearranged editing sessions with Judy Allen, Elizabeth Irwin, or Diane Taylor. For more information, including a complete list of workshops, the bios of all the presenters and editors, and to register, please click the link to the conference website.
I’ve twice been a panelist at the fall conferences, on how to “Jump Start Your Writing Life” and how to “Build Your Platform with Pinterest,” and I’m looking forward to teaching my first hour-long workshop. I’d love to see you there!
Photo credit: Lakeland Community College