This two-hour 100% online workshop delivered on Zoom will introduce you using social media platforms to support your writing and get your work noticed online.
It’s aimed at anyone interested in creative writing who wants to get their work seen and start a creative dialogue with others online.
You will examine the use of mainstream social media channels including Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Pateron, Youtube and writing for blogs, and look at the merits and limitations of each.
During the course you will:
look at how you can gain readership through your online profiles
discuss what support is available online to facilitate your writing
complete writing tasks from prompts
gain feedback on your writing style.
What will I gain?
By the end of the session you will have built confidence in sharing your work with the public, and consider what social media channels are best for communicating your work with an audience.
Level: Beginner / Intermediate
Entry requirement: No previous experience is necessary.
Tutor Profile: Charlotte Baker is an author and an associate lecturer and PhD student at the University of Derby.
She has an interest in horror, identification, true crime and fandom.
Charlotte has over thirty fiction and non-fiction publications.
Cancellation and a full refund can be obtained up to 4 weeks before the course starts. Start dates may be amended on request.
This course is taught online
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2 hours (6:00pm to 8:00pm)