Write for Your Readers: Give ’em What They Want


Do you know what your readers want?

In your efforts to write a story that’s meaningful and interesting, it’s deceptively easy to forget your audience. Readers come to your work with specific expectations. Fail to meet those expectations at your own peril!

In this workshop, you’ll learn the ins and outs of writing synopses and query letters for fiction, literary nonfiction, and memoirs—what to do and what not to do.

For instance, romance readers want happy endings and readers of traditional mysteries don’t want graphic violence or sex.

In “Write for Your Readers: Give ‘em What They Want,” you’ll learn how to analyze readers’ expectations in your genre, and apply what you learn to character development and plotting.

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