So you’ve pitched an idea to a newspaper, magazine or online publication and the editor has said ‘yes’.
The trouble is, you’ve now got to write the bloomin’ thing. And it’s sent you into full-on panic mode.
Sound familiar? If so, you’re definitely not alone.
I’ve yet to meet anyone who doesn’t feel nervous about writing for a new publication or in a style they’re not used to. And that includes award-winning writers.
The good news is you can learn how to write stylish copy, on demand.
And in this one-day masterclass I’ll show you how.
Here’s what you’ll learn:
How to write different kinds of articles for the media, including opinion, ‘first person’ narratives and ‘how to’ articles
Practical strategies for getting words on the page when you feel stuck or uninspired
A simple hack that will help you write powerful introductions and endings (and why you need to)
Tips on following a writing brief from an editor (including responding to requests for changes/amendments)
Writing to a word count: knowing what to include and what to leave out
How to use language to create particular effects in your writing (e.g. drama and tension)
We’ll keep it really hands-on, with practical exercises and live feedback from myself and other delegates. By the end of the day, you’ll be confident about tackling any writing task.
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