NY Writing Class
Offering free author marketing tips to grow platform, social media presence, and readership, the NY writing class is designed for both new writers and established writers. At “Business of Being a Writer” writers interested in turning their work into profitable assets will learn the first steps toward becoming a lucrative freelance writer.
Creative writers often wonder where the line is drawn between hobby and business. In addition to author marketing, the free writing class will cover the benefits of operating your writing career as a business and how to start doing so.
Free NY Writing Class
The free NY writing class begins at noon on Saturday, December 8th in Greenwich Village’s Jefferson Market Library, 425 6th Avenue at 10th Street. The seminar is formatted as a 30-minute seminar followed by a 30-minute Q&A. Seating is highly limited and writers must register at http://www.taralynnegroth.com. The writing seminar is hosted by Tara Lynne Groth, a freelance writer and blogger based in Raleigh, North Carolina who resigned from her salaried job in 2010 to run her writing business full-time. She makes her living entirely by the pen. Her work has appeared in AirTran Airways' GO, Blue Ridge Outdoors, Draft and dozens of other magazines. She is the author of the only guidebook to the Bonnaroo Music Festival and three poetry books.
About Tara Lynne Groth
Tara Lynne Groth is a freelance writer and blogger based in Raleigh, North Carolina with approximately 10 years of marketing experience. Her articles have appeared in places such as AirTran Airways’ GO, Blue Ridge Outdoors and Draft. She virtually collaborates with businesses around the world in their PR and marketing efforts through the composition of SEO content, blogs and press releases. In addition to blogging and journalism, she hosts creative writing workshops and teaches classes on how to become a freelance writer. Groth is a member of the Freelancers Union and the Vice President of Marketing for the Atlanta Writers Club. She holds a B.A. in cultural studies from SUNY Stony Brook. http://www.taralynnegroth.com