I got this email from a friend of mine who asked me to share it with you. He’s a committed writer, a published author, and an all round nice guy. His only fault is that he does not know when to stop giving stuff away and to start charging for it. Every marketer needs to know how to write clearly and concisely and Geoff is the man to teach you how to do just that. I’m going to be on the webinar on Monday, and I suggest that you get there too. Here’s the email, touched up to make sense to everyone, not just me.
Happy New Year
Let’s have some fun!
My friends Geoff Hoff and Steve Mancini are ringing in the new year by cordially inviting you to join them on a lively, informative and entertaining webinar on Writing with their friend, (and mine too!) Connie Ragen Green as moderator…
And it’s F.R.E.E!
Geoff and Steve have been writing together for over eleven years. Over the years, they’ve honed their writing process and eventually began to notice that they approached each project in a very similar way. It
seemed magical and intuitive, but there was something familiar about it each time.
Several years ago they started examining the process they used to write. As they looked at it dispassionately it became clear that the process was repeatable, that it could be replicated. That it could
be taught to others. This was an exciting discovery.
They’ve since created a series of how-to books on the writing process. They’ve gotten several notes from
people who, using these book and following along with them, have written their first stories.
Now they’re giving a free webinar about the process of writing and of creativity itself.
If you have ever thought you’d like to write, or if you’ve ever been confused by any of the parts of the
process, I urge you to join their class. If you are a writer and find yourself overwhelmed with ideas or lack
any new ideas, or if you frequently experience what people call “writer’s block”, I urge you to join their
The webinar class will be held on Monday,
January 4th, 2010 at 5 p.m. PST, 8 p.m. EST.
To find out about it:
I’ll be looking for you at the webinar.