Using Facebook to Connect with Readers

Lisa Haneberg

Lisa Haneberg is the author of Toxic Octopus, a Spy Shop Mystery and Ghost Rat, a Spy Shop Mystery Novella. Her third in the series, Dead Pelican, will be published this winter. She has also published over a dozen nonfiction books, both traditionally and as an independent publisher. Lisa earned an MFA from Goddard College and regularly attends writer’s conferences and workshops to keep learning. She’s been blogging since 2004 and is active on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. She lives with her husband and two dogs in Lexington, Kentucky. Her website is at www.lisahaneberg.com, and email is lisa@lisahaneberg.com.


  • Venue:
    Carnegie Center for Literacy & Learning
  • Time:
    5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
  • Meets On:
        Thursday, May 23
  • Address:
    251 W. Second Street
    Lexington, KY, 40507
  • Cost:
    $25

With Lisa Haneberg.

Many of us have individual Facebook profiles where we share pictures and life updates with our family and friends. As a writer, should you also have a dedicated Facebook page for your writing? For many, the answer is yes (depends on your target reader and comfort using Facebook). During this class, you’ll learn the difference between Facebook profiles and pages, the pros and cons of having a Facebook page, and ten ways you can make the most of a Facebook page to find and connect with readers. Led by Lisa Haneberg, author of over twenty traditionally and self-published fiction and nonfiction books. [ALL LEVELS] [NEW!] [ONE-TIME]

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