The Science of Writing for Readers
Using Reading Research to Write more Effectively
Over the past few years, there’s been an abundance of research on the differences between paper and electronic books and which is better for reading. Have you ever wondered how you can use this research to your advantage as a writer?
In this free course, you’ll learn what the research shows about how people read paper books vs. e-books and how to apply these findings so that your writing—from books to blog posts to newsletters—is optimized for your audience.
Your instructor is Barb Drozdowich, who has been blogging since 2009 and observed the change in reading trends firsthand. She has published more than 18 books in both print and for e-readers, teaches several online courses, and has 50+ videos on YouTube, all designed to break down complex topics to help authors be more successful.
In this free course, you’ll gain immediate access to a video that explains how the transition from paper to electronic tablets and e-readers is impacting how people read. Barb will also share useful tips on using the research to your advantage in blog posts, newsletters, and even books.
You’ll come away from the course knowing how to structure your blog posts and newsletters to get more eyes on your content and reach a bigger audience.
Social Media and Wordpress Consultant Barb Drozdowich has taught in colleges, universities and in the banking industry. More recently, she brings her 15+ years of teaching experience and a deep love of books to help authors develop the social media platform needed to succeed in today’s fast evolving publishing world. She delights in taking technical subjects and making them understandable by the average person.
She owns Bakerview Consulting and manages the popular blog, Sugarbeat’s Books, where she talks about Romance novels.
She is the author of 18 books, over 50 YouTube videos and several online courses, all focused on helping authors and. Barb lives in the mountains of British Columbia with her family.