Attend My Blogging Workshop

Due to the very stubborn insistence of a very nice old man, I’m teaching a blogging workshop on the “art” of blogging on April 18th , 2015 

(A past event now as it’s 2016)  at the Evergreen Cove in Easton, Maryland. Presented by the Eastern Shore Writers Association, for which the stubborn old man named Gerry is the President, this is a 2 ½ hour workshop that will run from 9:30 am to Noon on that Saturday with a little break at around 11am. And I’d love for you to attend.

I titled it “The Why is the How: Intentional Blogging 101” because I truly believe that the Why will get you to the How and the how is somewhat superfluous when you are committing yourself to the size of a project like blogging or marriage. Commitment is half the battle to making it work.

According to the summary of this workshop, I’ll be defining the concept of “blog”, discussing social media usage and branding, addressing technology phobias, and answering the question,”How do you make money blogging?”

snapshot of myself staring at a computer screen on

As usual, I will tell you like I see it as I only have my perspective to draw from. But I will guarantee that you will come away having formed a supportive community for your blogging endeavors. And that is more precious than knowing how to blog.

The workshop is open to the public. The cost is $25.00 for ESWA and Evergreen members and $35.00 for non-members. Registration is available at or call 410-819-3395. Seating is limited. I am hoping to fill the room. Tell your friends.

(A past event now as it’s 2016)

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2 Responses to “Attend My Blogging Workshop”

  1. This is wonderful news. Teaching a class where you can impart your knowledge, help others, and push yourself to do something big like this is so important. I like that you are supporting your own blog growth while encouraging that of your community! Good luck with this!!!!

    • Shalagh says:

      Oh Thank You so much Bobbie !!! It means a whole lot for you to hop over and say this. And I agree, it is important and I have a stubborn old man to thank for insisting this door be opened. Blogging has been a gift to me and my life that I never expected and I will always be supportive of others to do the same.
      Love to you and Tofiffay,

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