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Tri-Valley Writers to learn about effective websites

Group continues online for October meeting

Author Pauline Wiles will teach writers how to create an effective website at the October meeting of the Tri-Valley Writers being held at 2 p.m. this Saturday (Oct. 17) on Zoom.

Author and website designer Pauline Wiles is making a presentation on "Websites That Wow Readers." (Contributed photo)

The presentation, "Websites That Wow Readers -- how to create or update your online home," will show how to create a website or, for those who would rather not do it themselves, Wiles will pass along insider tips for working with a professional. She also will explain how to simplify the project and avoid common design pitfalls.

The talk is hosted by the Tri-Valley Branch of the California Writers Club; cost for members is $5; for non-members, $7; students ages 14-22, $3. To reserve a spot, email [email protected] and pay at www.trivalleywriters.org. The session is open to all who reserve a place and pay by Oct. 15.

Wiles, a website designer who teaches computing, is also an author, currently writing romantic comedies

For more information about the Tri-Valley Branch of the California Writers Club, contact Deborah "Jordan" Bernal at [email protected] or visit www.trivalleywriters.org.

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Tri-Valley Writers to learn about effective websites

Group continues online for October meeting

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Uploaded: Wed, Oct 14, 2020, 10:18 pm

Author Pauline Wiles will teach writers how to create an effective website at the October meeting of the Tri-Valley Writers being held at 2 p.m. this Saturday (Oct. 17) on Zoom.

The presentation, "Websites That Wow Readers -- how to create or update your online home," will show how to create a website or, for those who would rather not do it themselves, Wiles will pass along insider tips for working with a professional. She also will explain how to simplify the project and avoid common design pitfalls.

The talk is hosted by the Tri-Valley Branch of the California Writers Club; cost for members is $5; for non-members, $7; students ages 14-22, $3. To reserve a spot, email [email protected] and pay at www.trivalleywriters.org. The session is open to all who reserve a place and pay by Oct. 15.

Wiles, a website designer who teaches computing, is also an author, currently writing romantic comedies

For more information about the Tri-Valley Branch of the California Writers Club, contact Deborah "Jordan" Bernal at [email protected] or visit www.trivalleywriters.org.

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