Webinars are changing! Starting from November 2023, we’re launching an UNFEASIBLY EXCITING new webinar programme. Well okay, it’s mildly exciting if you’re into that kind of thing but we’re doing that big marketing pep thing yayyy pompoms woo. Are you excited yet? We’re excited.
The full schedule will officially go live the week beginning October 16th, but we can give you a little hint now: expect masterclasses on the joy of writing, on setting and meeting goals, on organising your research, and many many other WHQish topics, PLUS amazing author interviews (omg the authors we’ve got lined up – Sarah is still hyperventilating), PLUS PLUS much loved and well-worn faves such as online retreats and the Flash Face Off open mic.
Some well-loved and well-worn faves are retiring for the time being (waaa, we know, we’re sorry, it sucks), including journaling and the flash fiction write-a-long. But don’t panic. WE SAID DON’T PANIC. We’re hoping these will be back in the new year, so make sure you make it to the final ones in October (click here to book) and then hold on to your pants while we fly headlong into the glorious future.
If you’re a hardened WHQer, the main thing you will notice is that there are fewer webinars, and maybe you’ll feel like you’re missing out some what. Well. Yes. This is a problem. Our current webinar programme evolved during the lockdowns when everyone was online all the time and it made sense to gather regularly on the information super highway. Now the world is, well, not quite normal exactly but a lot more people-y, having a jam packed webinar schedule makes much less sense. However! We’re making up for it in other ways – such as a new series of member only content on the blog and much more other awesome stuff that will unfold over the coming weeks and months.
So. A sad and hopefully temporary farewell to some old friends and a hearty welcome to some new ones. All good things etc and so on.
Why not head over to the forums and tell us what masterclasses (masterclassi?) you would love to see, and any authors you would like to see interviewed to find out more about their writing process.