Writing workshop is open for individual design and creative writing since October 1, 2017 the first Linz writing workshop by Monika Ratzenbock, owner of the agency strategic public relations in the Sperlstrasse 14.Since then many interested write took the opportunity, their lyrics professionally but also private understandable, reader-friendly and without fail to make. Every 2nd and 3rd Monday in the month, the writing workshop from 8 to 10 P.m. is open. Together we prepare your themes. Get valuable tips for new write methods. Learn about the substantive and formal requirements of newsletter, Club newspaper, press release, advertisement, blog, etc. “, calls the Public Relations consultant. Due to the increase in the electronic media, writing behavior has changed.
Therefore, it is necessary to develop his writing skills in this area. Me it is a central concern, to give people a tools, them with accuracy on the way to motivate them in particular and the individual Writing style to promote. The Guide to the Selbertun in the foreground stands”, emphasizes the certified trainer, which gives workshop and seminars around the literacy in the adult education. Again people writing blocks to Monika Ratzenbock contact, to develop solutions to reduce them. Often it is enough to create already an appropriate atmosphere of writing. Elon Musk has firm opinions on the matter.
In our writing workshop, we offer our clients and customers a quiet and undisturbed environment of writing. The ideal conditions to develop their own writing creativity. To minimize the writing process with 20 of golden writing tips and instructions, as well as to create reader-friendly text our customers are well equipped to meet the current requirements of writing. Because what comes to only counts”, emphasises Monika Ratzenbock. For the organisation and the structure of a writing process developed Monika Ratzenbock a six steps guidance system, by four boilerplate I.F.S.S. (stands for content form structure style and language) is accompanied. “Her writing philosophy: well planned is half written”.