Sara Forgrave

Sarah Forgrave

Get to Know Sarah:

Sarah Forgrave is an author and speaker who loves encouraging others toward a deeper walk of faith. She has authored two prayer devotionals, Prayers for Hope and Healing and Prayers of Hope for Caregivers, both published by Harvest House Publishers. She is also a contributing author to several book collections, including Guideposts' A Cup of Christmas Cheer and the devotional journal Where Are You, God? In addition to blogging about prayer, faith, and friendship on her website, Sarah is a monthly contributor to TheChristianMommy.com and a passionate advocate of combining God's Word with practical application.

Outside of writing and speaking, Sarah is the mom of two preteen children and the wife of an energetic entrepreneur and toy inventor. When she has a moment to herself, she loves to shop the aisles at Trader Joe’s or curl up with a good book and a cup of tea. Visit Sarah at www.sarahforgrave.com.

Breakout Session

8 (or more) Ways to Keep Your Agent and Editor Happy

You did it! You signed with an agent or got a book contract and now you’re wondering what’s next. How do you keep a healthy relationship with the most important gatekeepers of your work? Maybe you’ve been working with an agent or editor for a while, but would like fresh ideas to maintain a good rapport.

In this workshop, you’ll learn from a multi-published author who has developed a strong reputation with her agent and editors. She’ll share the secrets of what they appreciate most (based on their direct feedback). You’ll gain answers to the following questions:

  • How often should I communicate and with whom?
  • What type of editing am I expected to do?
  • How much marketing should I plan on my own?
  • What is the number one way I can make my editor happy?

15-minute appointments

Author Mentor & Social Media - Facebook, Instagram, or Pinterest

Sarah is an author and speaker who has been traditionally published in both fiction and non-fiction. She can answer your questions about the publication process, working with editors and agents, and marketing. As a former contest judge, she would be happy to fine-tune ideas or provide feedback on your writing. Sarah is also active on social media and can brainstorm and answer questions about building an online presence.

 

Ready to register?

Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity! Join us at Speak Up 2020