Writing, formatting and sending holidays letters can be a giant pain. Luckily for you, it's a task I've enjoyed since I was in middle school and begged to take over the task for our family. Plus, with several years of journalism, newsletter writing and blogging under my belt, I hope to bring a unique twist that will make this a fun and simple task for you.
I will be appearing as part of Indigo Bridge Book's IndiLEARN. IndiLEARN provides monthly educational opportunities for adults looking to expand their know-how. Indigo Bridge Books is located in the Creamery Building in Lincoln's Haymarket.
Here's the information you need to know from the Indigo Bridge Books website:
IndiLEARN: Yearly Holiday LetterSunday, November 20th, 2011 from 2-3 p.m.This month's IndiLEARN is just in time for the holidays. Do you write a yearly family newsletter to send out to family and friends? Or, like some of us here at Indigo Bridge, do you intend to write one each year? Laura, local Lincoln writer, will be discussing best practices for your 2011 letter. Learn formatting, tips and techniques for a great letter this year.For more information visit Indigo Bridge Books online.
Fellow writers are invited to stick around to attend the Recovering Writers' monthly meeting at 4 p.m.
Those of you who aren't local need not fear. I'm sure I'll post my tips, and a recap of the event, here on the blog.
Thanks to Indigo Bridge Books for the opportunity, and I hope to see some of you there.