Essex-based technology copywriter Ben Lloyd will appear on the Writer's Block show on Maldon's Saint FM this Tuesday
June 16, 2014 (Newswire) - B2B technology copywriter Ben Lloyd has been invited to appear on the popular Writer's Block radio show on Maldon's Saint FM from 7pm this Tuesday night (17th June). Ben will be talking about his experiences in moving from working in hands-on IT management and support, to setting up his own digital copywriting business, Tech Write, and working with some of the world's biggest brands.
Budding writers interested in learning how to make a living from their wordsmith skills are encouraged to tune in for useful tips and tricks that could help launch their own copywriting career.
Hosted by local author Sarah Banham, Writer's Block was created to combat the negative sterotypes of Essex brought about by programs like The Only Way Is Essex. The show celebrates the diverse writing talents of the county by profiling local authors, copywriters, proofreaders and publishers.
"I am thrilled to have been invited to take part in the Writer's Block show and talk about my career as a technical copywriter," said Ben Lloyd, "I am also really pleased that I can do my part to dispel some of the negative stereotypes that are attached to Essex. We're not all vacuous, blonde, perma-tanned morons. Our county is actually inhabited by some extremely clever and creative people - despite what certain TV programs would have you believe."
Writer's Block is broadcast live between 7pm and 8pm every Tuesday night on Saint FM. Saint FM is available within the Maldon and Burnham area on 94.7 FM. Listeners elsewhere in the world can hear Ben's interview via the Saint FM website (http://www.saintfm.co.uk) or the TuneIn mobile app. The show is also repeated on Sunday afternoon at 2pm.
About Tech Write
Specialising in digital copywriting for B2B marketing, Tech Write is the trading name of Ben Lloyd. Tech Write works with agencies and businesses direct, writing compelling digital copy for customers across the world.