Here’s something you might not know about me. I currently have five blogs. 1. This one. 2. A blog for my children’s book. 3. A blog for my Social Dentist empire. 4. A blog for our family business 5. A blog for the creative writing festival I help steer.
Is having five blogs crazy?
And yes about four more times.
But I adore blogging and each venture has its own pleasurable rewards. I’m unstoppable, really. And that’s a good thing, because if you’re blogging, you can’t really stop, can you?
Last summer a friend and I wrote a grant proposal to get a series of writing workshops of the ground in our rural community in Yamhill County, Oregon. Our goal was to really offer people classes they wanted, so for the first time ever, I will be offering my blog class to the public.
Well, it worked! We got the grant and now we are launching the workshop series. It’s called WordStudio, and if you’re interested in writing and you live in Yamhill County, you should check out the writers hosting workshops!
I’m hosting the first workshop and I’m calling it Your Blog, Even Better. It’s geared towards people who are either launching a new blog project or are interested in improving their existing blog. Basically, you can come to this course as long as you are not going to ask me how to set up a blog from the technical end. It’s all about content creation, here, folks!
The catch, of course, is that you have to be able to come to McMinnville (poor you, having to visit Oregon wine country!). But the details are thus:
February 29, March 7, 14 and 18 at Flag & Wire Coffeehouse
Requirements: We won’t be discussing HOW to set up a blog. We’ll be talking about conceiving blog posts, building audience, and above all, writing your blog as if you were a magazine editor.
Interested? You can register by downloading the PDF here.