Announcing INK DROPS
Peninsula Writers’ Club current members now have exclusive access to specialists amongst us! INK DROPS is a 2021 initiative where members share insights with fellow members in an online forum.
We all know writing and publishing stuff that’s helpful, so our paid Peninsula Writers’ Club members are sharing insights formally with each other as we all learn and grow.
Ink Drops are live online 15 minute Share What You Know sessions on Zoom, and recorded and shared in our Closed Facebook Group.
It may be how to write a pitch letter, editing tips, author bio notes, how to social media tips, cool ideas for online marketing, helpful suggestions for formatting submissions, Scrivener or Grammarly hacks …. the list is endless. Our members know some stuff worth sharing!
We are so grateful to our members sharing these insights this year:-
Our Patron Wendy Orr – What I’ve Learned About Historical Research
Rebecca Fraser – Dealing with Rejection
Kim Robyn Smith – How to Organise and Track Your Short Story Submissions
Michelle Weitering – Creating Your Writing Space for Peace & Productivity
Muriel Cooper – How to overcome Your Fear of Public speaking and Read Your Work
Joe Novella – Digital Marketing Tips for Writers
Wendi Bradshaw – How to Find a Poem
Muriel Cooper – How to Prepare for a Media Interview
Julia Kaylock – Five reasons not to write a memoir: And why you should, anyway
Danielle Hughes – An Overview of IngramSpark
Danielle Hughes – Self Publishing – Top tips for Success
Andrea Blake – Three Ways to Add Educational Value to School Visits
… and we look forward to hearing from other members and scheduling more Ink Drop sessions in.
We are still open for new members if you’d like to join in the online connectivity and learning.
Sharing our knowledge with one another to grow as a writing community