INSTRUCTOR: NCW Director, April Moore
August 3, 2017 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Location: White Magnolia Day Spa
So you’re tweeting . . . now what? Twitter can be a valuable social media platform for writers who want to connect with readers, fellow authors, and of course, publishing professionals. You’ve got the basics down, but do you feel lost among the tweep lingo and hashtags? Don’t worry, it’s #EasyAs123!
Did you know you could use your 140-character limit to pitch to an agent? Or participate in contests that could land you on the pages of an upcoming issue of Writer’s Digest magazine? Twitter is abound with opportunities for writers to expand their circle of industry knowledge and experts, as well as grow their readership, whether it’s books or blogs. However, it can be difficult and overwhelming to navigate the ins and outs without a roadmap. Let NCW Director, April Moore, be your Twitter tour guide! This is an advanced class for those who already have a Twitter account and a basic understanding of how Twitter works, but would like to become more adept in using this popular social media platform.
You may bring your laptop or just pen and paper. A handout will be provided.
April Moore is the Director of Northern Colorado Writers, the author of two books, and a freelance editor. Her first book, Folsom's 93, is a historical nonfiction about the lives and crimes of Folsom Prison's executed men and her second, is Bobbing for Watermelons, a novel. She has written for publications and her short stories have appeared in anthologies. April is also a freelance illustrator and often collaborates with other authors on projects.
April is passionate about writing and helping other writers achieve their goals. Through classes, workshops, meetings, retreats, and an annual conference, NCW is able to provide its 200+ members and other writers the tools, encouragement, and information needed to find success.
|Event date||08-03-2017 6:30 pm|
|Event End Date||08-03-2017 8:00 pm|
|Location||White Magnolia Day Spa|