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E-WRITE Office Hours: Hands-On Help With Your Own Writing

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Event:
E-WRITE Office Hours: Hands-On Help With Your Own Writing
Start:
May 5, 2020 @ 2:00 pm
End:
May 5, 2020 @ 3:00 pm
Organizer:
E-WRITE – Leslie O’Flahavan
Phone:
301-989-9583
Venue:
Address:
United States

Register for this free 60-minute live online workshop. Get help with your own writing project from Leslie O’Flahavan and workshop attendees.

 

It’s difficult to complete a writing project on the easiest of days … and these aren’t the easiest of days.
Maybe you’re working from home. You’re distracted, even a little bit anxious. A writing deadline looms, and you’re struggling to get the project started, much less finished. Let me help!

On May 5 at 2 pm Eastern, I’m holding “office hours” in the form of a live online workshop. Here’s how the office hours will work:

  • Group size will be small. Registration is limited to 10 people, so sign up right away.
  • Each participant will send me their writing project by April 30. If you have a draft, send it to me. If you have an assignment but no draft, send me the assignment. To join this online workshop, you must send me something by April 30.
  • Be prepared to share. This is is a hands-on group workshop. We’ll all be looking at each other’s work. If your draft contains proprietary information, scrub it before you share it with us.

What type of writing project will work for this online workshop?

It’ll be best if you choose a brief business writing project. Here are some suggestions:

  • Web page
  • Section of a report (not the entire report).
  • Email
  • Social media posts
  • Blog post

Questions? Email me.

I’m looking forward to writing with you on May 5 –

Leslie O’Flahavan, E-WRITE

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