Welcome to the Susquehanna Valley Writers Workshop Blog

Welcome writers of all genres.

This website will keep you informed of the past, present, and future events of the Susquehanna Valley Writers’ Workshop held every October at the Best Western/Country Cupboard Inn in Lewisburg, PA

The Susquehanna Valley Writers Workshop started back in 2004 when a group of writers in the Susquehanna Valley in PA decided to have their own conference instead of traveling great distances to attend others. Since the first workshop with one faculty member and 33 in attendance in a library social room, the conference has moved to the Best Western Country Cupboard Inn, Lewisburg, PA, and averages five on faculty and 60 conferees. Various genres are represented every year with paid private critiques, peer critique sessions, and workshops that challenge the conferees to hone their skills to the best of their ability.

Check the home page to see who is on faculty for our next conference planned for Friday and Saturday, October 7th and 8th, 2011.

Marsha Hubler – coordinator of the SVWW

Writers’ tips blog: www.marshahubler.wordpress.com

Horse facts website: www.horsefactsbymarshahubler.wordpress.com

Website: www.marshahubler.com

 

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Need Social Networking?

I never knew how important social networking is to a writer until I took a class (once a week for two hours) on the subject this past fall into the spring of this year. There’s so much to learn about integrating and connecting websites, blogsites, Twitter, Facebook, Google Reader, and dozens of other sites that all help you sell yourself and your books.

We’re having a social network class at our next writers’ conference with a whiz of an instructor. It is scheduled for two days, and there is MUCH interest. Even a two-day hands-on workshop will only scratch the surface of what’s free and at your fingertips online to help you market yourself.

So if you’re interested at all in signing up for this workshop, don’t delay in registering. The class is filling up fast.

Marsha Hubler

(Website) www.marshahubler.com

(Writers’ Tips) www.marshahubler.wordpress.com

(Horse Facts) www.horsefactsbymarshahubler.wordpress.com

 

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