Due to unexpected circumstances, this workshop has been rescheduled to April 22.
Are you a writer who knows you need marketing/social media to promote yourself and your books but loathes the idea of doing so? Are you social-media phobic in general? Join Jenna Blum for this morning workshop and blaze ahead with confidence! Known industry-wide for her out-of-the-box promotion, Jenna has been using social media to connect readers with her work since Zuckerberg was a zygote, and she’s excited to share her pro tips and hacks to make marketing and social not only easy for you but fun.
Jenna Blum is the New York Times and internationally bestselling author of novels Those Who Save Us, The Stormchasers, and The Lost Family; the novella “The Lucky One” in the collection Grand Central; and memoir Woodrow on the Bench, about her senior black Lab and what his last seven months taught her, now in paperback from Harper Collins. Jenna is one of Oprah’s Top Thirty Women Writers, with her work published in over 20 countries, and co-founder/CEO of literary social media marketing company A Mighty Blaze. Jenna’s New York Times and internationally bestselling first novel, Those Who Save Us, won the Ribalow Prize, awarded by Hadassah Magazine and adjudged by Elie Wiesel; Jenna interviewed Holocaust survivors for the Steven Spielberg Survivors of the Shoah Foundation for five years. Jenna is a public speaker, traveling nationally and internationally; for her first novel, she visited over 800 book clubs in the Boston area alone. Based in Boston, she has taught at Grub Street Writers for over 20 years; she earned her M.A. in Creative Writing from Boston University and was the fiction editor for AGNI Literary Magazine.