Writers’ Workshops

Upcoming Melbourne workshops in 2019

Marketing and Social Media for Writers

Lost between tweeting and pinning? Hate selfies? No idea about blogs and whether they’re still worth it? Join the growing club of writers who are finding that marketing themselves, and their books, and grappling with social media is more overwhelming every day.

This workshop will cover:

  • Looking at various social media and how to use them effectively (or ignore them)
  • Setting up a profile to use that you will be happy with
  • Investigate your website (or planned website) and what should be on it
  • The pros and cons of blogging
  • What authenticity and transparency on the net means now
  • Security, hacking and trolls
  • Setting you firmly but gently on the path to your own marketing and social media plan – you will take a draft plan home with you
  • Answering as many questions as we can fit into the time!

Book at TryBooking link here.

Sherryl Clark has been writing and publishing for 30 years, and her career has included grappling with technology and the ever-changing internet, and the rise of both social media and the need for authors to market themselves. She has more than 70 books published, she runs six websites and two blogs, is active on social media and teaches Writing for New Media in the Professional Writing courses at TAFE/VU Polytech.

Cost for the workshop: $99.00 (limit of 15)

Date: Saturday 3rd August, 9.30am – 4.30pm

Venue: St Josephs by the Sea, cnr Esplanade and Cole St, Williamstown

BYO lunch, tea and coffee provided.



I am also planning to run writing and editing courses on Teachable.com in 2019.

If you are interested in studying writing online, Victoria University Polytech in Melbourne (where I work part-time) offers a range of Certificate IV writing and editing subjects online.

These include Novel, Short Story, Writing Picture Books and Chapter Books, Writing for New Media, Editing, Fiction and Nonfiction Elements.

For more information, email me at Sherryl.Clark@vu.edu.au


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