Wright Scoop Encourages Use of Written Words

The month of May is national "share a story" month. Join award winning Glen Allen VA based The Wright Scoop – consultant, lecturer, & wordsmith, Sylvia Hoehns Wright in her effort to encourage sharing stories through "written words."

Richmond, VA, April 29, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Based on her book - A Writer on Writing, the building blocks of nonfiction writing, the Wright Scoop - Sylvia Hoehns Wright urges others to develop writing skills, document niche interest stories and mentor others: share their scoop – why, who, what, when, where, how and benefits of niche interests. Recommended by the Author’s Guild, Wright encourages novice and professional writers, alike, to:
Why – recognize the power of the written word
Who – understand in today’s niche environments, you don’t just sell your work; you sell yourself
What – while vast writing styles exist, develop expertise
When/Where - dedicate space and time for writing
How - develop an understanding of sector specific writing styles used to produce published documents.

“Initially,” says Wright, “I compiled writing tips and strategies for personal use but recognizing a somewhat universal void of skills, I shared the collective information with others which lead to creating workshop and speech formats and publishing as a free-lance contributing writer. I’ve since published an E-book format and advise others to acquire a copy, load it to a ‘lap top’; and readily use the information to acquire an understanding of niche specific writing formats, specifically guidelines that work-well for multi publication sectors.”

Industry Endorsement -
As a communications personality, Wright appeared on WTVR Channel 6 TV, FM 97.3 Inspiration Corner, WCVE PBS Richmond Channel 23 TV and Channel 35 TV Author’s Review. She is published regionally by the Greater Richmond Area Work Magazine, Richmond Newspapers, VA BBB and Information Executive newsletters; and nationally with The Office, Data Management, Journal of Systems Management, Your Computer Career and Green Profit magazines.

Recommended as a workshop instructor by Richmond Information Systems Educators (RISE), when Wright shared her strategies with the VA Housing Development Authority, her topic Creating a Brand Name You was described “right on target with our objective of improving communication within our department.”

Writer On Writing Events –
To inspire others to acquire "a writer on writing" skills, during the month of March, Wright offers discounted sales for her "paper print" book, http://www.lulu.com/product/paperback/a-writer-on-writing---the-building-blocks-of-nonfiction/4404781 . To assist with expanding professional careers, for her local community, she hosts non-fiction writing workshops through her County’s adult Ed program and RISE program. Her topic – A Writer on Writing, http://blog.thewrightscoop.com/2010/03/09/writer-workshop-it.aspx is available in keynote, workshop and/or multiple session communications course formats.

Career History -
As a multi-niche writer and communications instructor, Wright provided speeches for the Annual Garden Writer’s Association (GWA) Symposium held in Vancouver Canada, National League of American Pen Women’s (NLAPW) conference held in Denver as well as events sponsored by the Richmond Assoc. Information Technology Professionals, International Assoc. Business Communicators and Richmond Society of Public Relations Professionals. She taught adult education for the VA Community College communications department and presently offers programs through the Henrico County Adult Education Program. Available as a one-on-one coach, consultant, keynote/departmental speaker and/or workshop instructor, details of her books are available at Sylvia Wright's Storefront - Lulu.com and activities at web site www.TheWrightScoop.com . To schedule Wright’s services, contact Sylvia@TheWrightScoop.com or call 804-672-6007; or, follow her activities through facebook group The Wright Scoop or twitter ID WrightScoop.

The recipient of the Turning America from Eco-weak to Eco-chic Award, Wright challenges all to implement activities that move their life-styles from eco-weak to eco-chic – "green" life’s garden, one scoop at a time.

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