A Pearl S. Buck Writing Center Zoom Webinar
with Pamela Varkony
Tuesday, April 13th from 1 to 2:30 p.m.
You are a writer; you have beautiful words you want to send into the universe. First you have to get published. In today’s world, most agents and publishers will insist you have a platform before they consider representing you.
In this webinar we will guide you through the steps you need to take to start building that platform now in advance of contacting an agent or self-publishing your book.
The framework of building a successful author’s platform begins with a website and a blog. If you don’t have one, you don’t exist.
Next, don’t overlook the obvious: Write! Write! Write! Publish! Publish! Publish!
There are thousands of outlets for guest blog posts, journals, both in print and online, and ezines covering every topic under the sun.
At the core of all author platforms is your presence on social media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram can make or break a book launch.
This class will provide you with action items and resources designed to build your reputation and name recognition.
Registration fee of $25 required. (see registration info below)
Pamela Varkony is a dynamic speaker who has inspired audiences from America to Australia to Afghanistan through her passion for improving the lives of others. Her insights on life, leadership, politics, and the human condition are read and heard across four continents.
From 2012 to 2014 she served as a gubernatorial appointee to the Pennsylvania State Commission for Women. In 2017 Pam was named a Pearl S. Buck International Woman of Influence. An author, freelance columnist and commentator, her stories cover subjects from business ethics to the status of women in the third world.
Pam has contributed stories to National Public Radio for regional and national broadcasts, and hosted her own radio program on Voice America Network. She is the co-author of a history of Upper Bucks County, Pennsylvania: “Our Lost Tohickon Valley,” a portrait of the early 20th century, now in its third printing. Pam is also a contributing writer and poet to the anthology “Songs of Ourselves…America’s Interior Landscape.”
Her columns and features have appeared in major U.S. newspapers and magazines. Her poetry has been published in the New York Times. In 2008, the Pennsylvania Women’s Press Association recognized her with an “Excellence in Journalism” award for her editorial writing.
Visit her at www.pamelavarkony.com
Our 3-step Registration Process for All of our Zoom Classes:
- Please send Cindy Louden your complete street address/zip, preferred Email address and your cell phone number to email@example.com.
- Cindy with then forward your info to our PSB Volunteer Association President, Nancy McElwee.
- Nancy will call you to ask for your credit card info to process and will return your receipt via snail mail. Payment by check or money order can also be arranged with Nancy.