So I’m teaching this course beginning after Labor Day. Why? Mostly because I spent the last year trying to figure out this thing called internet publicity and how it affects book sales and discovered a whole bunch of cool things that I want to share with everyone.

This is the first class and what I want is to make it as interactive as possible so we can tailor what you *love* about the internet to what you want to do to get the word out about your book/blog/life. 🙂

To take the class, all you have to do is click on the “join yahoo group” button at the end. That will bring you to the class loop and it’s on your honor to send the check to the right place. Class begins September 6th (after Labor Day) and concludes October 4th.

So…here’s the official blurb on it!

Workshop: How Screwing Around on the Internet Can Lead to Fame (sort of) and Fortune (Sort of.)

Instructor: Corrina Lawson
Description: With the plethora of social media choices available and seemingly the same amount of information out there how to use social media to best market yourself on the internet, it’s becoming almost impossible to sort them all out.

This course is about how to use what you love best about the internet to your advantage instead of spending countless doing something you don’t enjoy just because “you’re supposed to.”

Bio: Corrina Lawson is former newspaper reporter with a degree in journalism from Boston University. She turned to writing fiction after her twins were born (they were kids three and four) to save her sanity. The twins are eleven now and she’s written eight books, a blend of romance with various genres.

Corrina is currently an editor of GeekMom ( and a core contributor to its brother site, Geek Dad on ( She also writes forSequential Tart, a webzine about comics and pop culture written solely by women. ( Often you can find her hanging out on comic book writer Gail Simone’s forum on Jinxworld.

She has been a finalist in the national Golden Heart contest sponsored by the Romance Writers of America and is the winner of several regional RWA contests.

Her novella, Freya’s Gift is currently available from Samhain Publishing. Her next book with Samhain, Phoenix Rising, is due out in November. Her first published book, Dinah of Seneca, an alternate history romance, is currently available from The Wild Rose Press and the sequel, Eagle of Seneca, is due out this winter. The She’s also had an essay published in Chicken Soup for the Soul-Thanks Mom!

Payment Options:
Fee is $15 for CORW members, $20 for all others.
Checks may be made payable to CORW and mailed to:
PO Box 185284
Hamden, CT 06518

There’s no official registration button, you all are just going to have to send in your checks the usual way.

To join the class group:

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