Last week, you heard about the new WriteWords vision for 2012: to help people tell their stories. To support that goal, we’ve come up with new services to help writers and community groups tap into the power of words. These services are intended to increase people’s confidence and to help them spread the ord among their intended audience.
Two are for writers, two are for community groups. Here’s the lowdown.
A Space for Writing
Have you got a book in mind, but can’t get your thoughts together? Would you like to do a creative writing course, but haven’t got the time to commit? Our one to one consultancy service gives you the space you need to develop your ideas and improve your writing.
Prepare to Publish
Hiring an editor can be costly, but our Prepare to Publish service helps you avail of top quality editorial advice without breaking the bank. We will edit and evaluate your first three chapters, your synopsis and your covering letter and give you our honest verdict on whether they’re suitable for publishing. If your book is at an earlier stage, we will edit your first three chapters and give you advice on how to move your story forward.
For Community Groups
Public speaking is more feared than spiders or death. Our communications workshops help to break down the fear barrier: our fun games make it easy for people to speak in front of a crowd. This gives a huge confidence boost to people and helps them to feel that they have a voice.
Social Media Campaigns
With limited funds, it can be hard for community groups to make their voices heard. Social media enables you to communicate your message for free, to the people who most need to hear it. We will provide you with interesting, relevant posts for Facebook and Twitter and advice on how to spread the word.
We may have introduced new services, but creating content is still at the core of what we do. That’s why we’re continuing to offer blog entries, web content, press releases and editing services. To find out about our new and existing services, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org