Based on feedback from DFW writers, Kate has created two 3-hour classes specifically for us.
- MORNING SESSION — 9am–noon — "Keeping the Reader Turning the Pages: The Importance of Pace, Suspense, & Surprise"
- AFTERNOON SESSION — 1:30–4:30pm — "Building the Fictional World"
Attend one or both of Kate's workshops and receive:
- Choice of one novel, either Bitter Greens (paperback) or The Wild Girl (hardcover);
- Time to meet and greet Kate, and have her sign your book;
- Entry for a door prize drawing.
Seating is limited. Don’t wait!
Purchase Tickets at WORDwriters.org
- Friday evening, Readerathon: $49
- Saturday, Writers Intensive, Morning / Afternoon session: $99 each
- Saturday, Writers Intensive, All-day (includes lunch): $169
- Super-fan Package Deal (includes Friday & Saturday events): $199
About the Author
Kate Forsyth is the award-wining author of almost forty books, ranging from genre-crossing novels for adults, such as Bitter Greens and The Wild Girl, to YA fantasy, to upper-grades chapter books, to poetry. Kate is an accredited master storyteller and has a doctorate in fairy tales from the University of Technology, having already completed a BA in Literature and a MA in Creative Writing.
Kate has helped countless people to connect and communicate by harnessing the seductive power of storytelling. She will entertain, embolden, stimulate, and surprise her audience at each scheduled event. To learn more about Kate Forsyth, visit her website.
About Bitter Greens
Charlotte-Rose de la Force, exiled from the court of the Sun King Louis XIV, has always been a great teller of tales. Selena Leonelli, once the exquisite muse of the great Venetian artist Titian, is terrified of time. Margherita, trapped in a doorless tower and burdened by tangles of her red-gold hair, must find a way to escape. Three women, three lives, three stories, braided together to create a compelling tale of desire, obsession, black magic, and the redemptive power of love.
About The Wild Girl
Dortchen Wild finds herself irresistibly drawn to the boy next door, the handsome but very poor fairy tale scholar Wilhelm Grimm. It was a time of war and tyranny and terror, when the collecting of a few old half-forgotten tales was all the young Grimm brothers could do to resist the oppressive rule of the French. As Dortchen tells Wilhelm some of the most powerful and compelling stories in what will one day become his and Jacob's famous fairy tale collection, their love blossoms. But Dortchen's forbidding father, along with war, death, and poverty, conspire to keep the lovers apart.