“Reading is a conversation. All books talk. But a good book listens as well.”Mark Haddon
I have been an avid reader all my life and I treat authors like celebrities! That said, I’ve often wondered how amazing it would feel when I interact with them because after all, they weave magic through their words.
What would it feel like to peak right into the soul of your favorite author?
That said, in this modern age of technology and communication, with the help of social media, the barrier between authors and readers has been thin.
And with #BlogchatterWritFest it has become thinner.
This Writing Festival is now entering into its 6th season and has been successful in providing continual opportunities to strengthen our connection with the writers.
Season 6 of #BlogchatterWritFest is all about “Connecting Readers with Authors” and you can expect to be a part of some fantastic series of sessions with a star-studded line-up of authors through Live videos, thus, closing the gap between readers and authors even further.
This year, there are exclusive sessions too for registered participants. Do not miss this opportunity if you are an aspiring writer. Need further encouragement?
Here are a few more reasons why you should attend #BlogchatterWritFest.
- Learn from successful authors through live sessions where you get to interact and ask questions. There are exclusive sessions too where a registration is required. So, keep a lookout on the Blogchatter Social Media accounts for details.
- Understand the nuances of writing including the technical aspects like editing, publishing, and marketing.
- Participate in the sessions to win book giveaways! Do not forget to use the hashtag #BlogchatterWritFest when you share about the writing festival on social media.
- Write a blog post related to the session or works of featured authors to win reward points.
Here is the detailed schedule of #BlogchatterWritFest.
|Relatability in Fiction
|Meghana Pant, Kiran Manral, Kanchana Banerjee
|Writing Engaging Stories
|Thrilling your Reader
|K Hari Kumar, Chandrima Das, Neil D’Silva
|Getting Started with Poetry
|Writing Books that Children Enjoy
|Vibha Batra, Akhyrunissa, Vidya Mani
I really hope you’d make it to these sessions and I’m already super pumped!
Also, I’m one of the volunteers for #BlogchatterWritFest Season 6. So, please feel free to reach out to me on my socials if you have any queries.
Written as part of BlogchatterWritFest.
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