This is a pre-order for the video seminar either on a USB drive or On-Demand Streamng. Your card will not be charged until the product is available in December. If you select on-line streaming you will not be charged for shipping.
Storytelling for Sailors
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Can you top up your ‘freedom chips’ by sharing your cruising life with others? Whatever format you think will work for you, it all starts with storytelling. In Storytelling for Sailors, we will teach you how to make your story stand out from the rest.
Lin Pardey, along with several special guests, will share tips and ideas on what nautical readers and viewers want to know. You’ll learn ways to ensure your photos, diagrams and video footage add information to your stories and attract attention. For those interested in selling articles to print and online magazines, she’ll show how to get noticed by editors, ways to present work that sells and ideas for expanding your markets. Guest speakers will discuss handling online media and ideas to keep folks watching your YouTube channel.
Special guest authors and editors will cover book creation and publishing, including the realities of self-publishing vs traditional publishing. You will also be given a clear picture of what returns you can expect - along with the pitfalls and the practicalities of adding writing, blogging, photography and video making to your cruising life.
Several other cruisers who are successfully earning cruising funds with blogs, books, YouTube channels and podcasts will join Lin or present by video to add in-depth information on their specialized fields.
Lin Pardey, circumnavigator and world-renowned sailing author, knows what nautical readers and viewers enjoy. Join her in her course Storytelling for Sailors to learn:
• What readers and viewers want from you
• Ways to catch editors’ attention
• How to prepare your written work so it gets published
• Which photos and video footage will sell your stories
• The how-to’s of traditional and self-publishing
• The many reasons to blog and podcast
• Making and selling long form sailing videos
• The pitfalls and potential of starting a YouTube channel