Is it Time to Up Your Writing Game?
Using Skype, students from across the U.S., Australia, New Zealand and England are finding terrific value from my new webinars, each designed to help you write or blog more successfully.
Don't miss the final two webinars of my fall series:
Writing for A-List Clients, Dec. 7
You, Inc: The Business of Freelancing, Dec. 14
Says one recent student:
“As a journalist with only a few years experience, I appreciated her willingness to share her expertise and experiential wisdom. If you have a chance to take a class with her, don't hesitate. Great value."
I’m writing frequently for The New York Times, while new clients include Cosmopolitan, Ladies Home Journal, and the Yale Alumni Magazine. I also write regularly for New York area designers, for ASID Metro; as a former student of interior design, I love exploring and explaining how the pro’s shape and create beautiful, functional spaces.
My second book, “Malled: My Unintentional Career in Retail” was published in July 2013 in China by Citic Press, my first foreign sale.
My blog, broadsideblog.wordpress.com, continues to grow daily, with more than 8,500 readers worldwide. Wordpress’ editors have chosen it as one of their 22 recommended blogs on culture. Come visit!
It’s been a terrific year – but even the very best writers can face a financial crisis. As self-employed workers, though, we have no access to unemployment benefits and often work with limited reserves. I serve on the board of the Writers Emergency Assistance Fund, which can grant up to $4,000 within a week of receiving a request for funds. Please consider donating to this worthy cause!