Write Brain – How to Write a Book That Leaves an Impact on Your Readers

Sep 21, 2021 — 6:15 PM to 8:15 PM

Location: Online via ZOOM (get directions)

Join us as editor, speaker, and fantasy author of When Magic Calls, Caitlin Berve breaks down what it takes to give readers what they crave, and leave them begging for more.

When you write a book that impacts readers, your story lingers with them. They can’t stop thinking about it, so they leave stellar reviews and recommend it to all their friends. This means you sell more books and build your fan base.

To impact your readers, you first have to hook, captivate, and satisfy them. That’s what this workshop will help you accomplish. We’ll talk about what needs to go in your beginning, how to organize your middle, and how to make sure your ending leaves your readers both satisfied and wanting more.

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Faculty

Caitlin Berve

Caitlin Berve

Caitlin Berve is an author, editor, and speaker with an MFA in Creative Writing and Poetics. As the owner of Ignited Ink Writing, she helps authors transform their writing so it lingers with readers because writing that lingers gets remembered and recommended to others. She runs the Boulder Writers Alliance critique group and quarterly programs, is on the Colorado Independent Publishers Association (CIPA) board, and actively participates in Writers Idea Factory and 30th Street Fiction writers groups. She has been published in multiple literary magazines and helped put together both of her critique group’s short story anthologies. When she isn’t writing or reading, Caitlin is running the Colorado trails, folding origami, or exploring local activities.