Friday, August 17, 2007

Travel and Get Paid for It

Stuck for something literary to do tomorrow? Come along to this:
The idea of being a travel writer sounds very romantic, but is it the reality? Come and join the next KL Writers' Circle and find out:
. How to write sound travel articles
. How to determine salable travel article ideas
. How to target suitable travel publications

Details of the meet are:
Date: Saturday, 18th August, 2007
Time: 11am-1pm
Booker Room, MPH Megastore 1 Utama

Guest speaker is Zhang Su Li, author of travel book A Backpack and a Bit of Luck and Vanitha K, Editor of Plan Your Own Holiday magazine.
This session is facilitated by ... me! Hope to see you there!


Mohani said...

why are these things always on the other end of the world and not in places like ampang? lol...

Greenbottle said...

write like colin thurbon's "in siberia" and i'll read it.

write like all those short articles in inflight magazines or worse, those so called travel articles in NST or the STAR by local writes and i'll throw them in the garbage bins.

animah said...

Hey I'm in ampang. Let's do something that will force those bangsarites and PJians to our side.

Mohani said...

jom! a perfect venue would be alexis at great eastern mall, hehe.

Madcap Machinist said...

well, where are the bookstores in ampang?

Mohani said...

there's MPH at great eastern mall (which btw is nothing to shout about), and lets not forget kinoks even though its in the golden triangle, its still close to ampang.

Madcap Machinist said...

(now where has my comment gone? sorry if I am double posting)

Kuala Lumpur City Center is not Ampang. :-)

MPH at GE Mall is puny, but I've nothing against that. I mean, who actually goes there?

Not to forget Payless at Ampang Point, tho I haven't been there in ages.

Disclosure: I used to live and work in Ampang.

I'm sorry I had to miss this session, it would have been interesting. Appropriately, I was away traveling (adventuring rather).

bibliobibuli said...

where is ampang?