WORKSHOPS, PROGRAMS, & RESOURCES

If you'd like Beth to come to your classroom, program, book festival or more, you can contact her booking agency. Beth also does online programs and has provided a list of invaluable resources for aspiring writers below.

BOOK BETH FOR A LIVE PROGRAM

QUESTION & ANSWER SESSION

Invite Beth to your school, writers conference, or other function for a fun and interactive question and answer session. Depending on the size of the group, Beth will either accept questions prior to the event, or take them from students on the spot. A popular choice among schools and libraries, this option is low-key and encourages engagement.

WRITING WORKSHOP: CRAFT

Ideal for middle grade to high school audiences, this tried-and-true writing workshop includes a hands-on writing session where students share their work. Each student will walk away with a clear idea of how to write a scene. Lesson can be adapted to match state curriculum or current reading assignments/themes within the classroom. Time is allowed for students to discuss writing and ask questions. An included, short presentation prior to the workshop gives insight to students on what it means to write for a career.

WRITING WORKSHOP: INSPIRATION

For serious writing students, this workshop weaves an in-depth presentation about careers in writing with two hands-on activities that Beth really uses while writing. Students will walk away with a clear idea of voice and plot structure for a short story or novel (which can be a great kick-off to an entire unit). 

KEYNOTE SPEECH

Beth is comfortable speaking to any size group on topics on writing, inspiration, perseverance, and more. Her unique experience as a "ten-year overnight success" gives her a great foundation to build a speech on hard work and achieving one's dream.

WRITING INTENSIVE PROGRAM

Appropriate for adult students or serious high school students, this program can be adapted for one long course or a several-days long workshop at a convention.


With pointed, detailed lessons on every aspect of writing, this deep-dive into story takes students from idea to structured outline (or from rough draft to revised story). Students will walk away with packets of information and charts all about their work, and they will have a clear idea of what their next steps toward publication will be. With a section on querying and publishing, this is a must for any aspiring authors serious about their future career.

BOOK FESTIVALS, CONVENTIONS, PANELS & MORE

  A fangirl herself, Beth loves attending book festivals, conventions, author signings, and other events that put her in front of her favorite people: her readers. If you are the organizer of any such event and would like Beth to speak, present, moderate or speak on a panel, please do not hesitate to reach out.

Notes:

  • To book any live program with Beth, please contact her booking agency.

  • Beth travels frequently and can often arrange local rates when in the area

  • Discounts may be available for bundled visits with multiple schools and/or book sales through the event

BOOK ONLINE PROGRAMS

Beth offers two online programs, both of which can be conducted by Skype or Google Hangouts. More information on both programs is below. To book an online session with Beth, please contact her directly.

QUESTION & ANSWER SESSION

DESCRIPTION: With experience in all aspects of publishing, Beth has the answers to the questions your students want to ask. Beth's experience in the classroom ensures that there's no "dead time" as she dives right into the rich stories of her career.

NOTE:​ It is often best helps if students are familiar with one of Beth's works. If your students aren't reading a novel by Beth, consider sharing the free short story "The Turing Test," available online with free teacher lesson plans available here.

RATES: ​

  • First twenty minutes are free

  • $100 for up to one hour

  • Note: rates negotiable with book sales or Title 1 schools

ONLINE WRITING WORKSHOP

DESCRIPTION: Perfect for writing groups, this tried-and-true presentation offers hands-on, interactive activities. Students will walk away with a completed writing scene and a new perspective on voice and story development. While I teach online, teachers or aides are requested to be on hand to distribute materials.

NOTES:

  • Base program takes one hour to complete. This can be adjusted for class schedules and/or a question and answer session added on.

  • Program is suitable for all ages and adjusted to individual classrooms. Versions have been successfully presented to middle grade, high school, and adult learners.

  • Program works best in groups of 30 or less.

RATES: 

  • $250 for the first hour; $400 for an hour and a half

WORDSMITH WORKSHOP RETREATS

Beth and co-organizer author Cristin Terrill developed a five-day workshop retreat program that is designed to take your writing to the next level. 

The all-inclusive workshop retreats are hosted periodically throughout the year at various major cities within the nation.


Five days with a restricted class size keeps our workshops small and focused. You'll have morning lessons from bestselling authors, afternoon critiques on your manuscript, and one-on-one time to discuss writing and publishing. Many of our attendees return for future retreats, and we are proud to say that many have gone on to get agents and book deals.

Check our schedule online--we often sell out up to a year in advance

RESOURCES

THE PAPER HEARTS SERIES

The Paper Hearts series came from Beth’s desire to give back to the writing community. After years of posting articles and comments in answer to aspiring writers’ questions, Beth compiled the book in Wattpad. After more than 100,000 reads in Wattpad, Beth rewrote the collection into a comprehensive 3-book series with hundreds of pages of new content, practical advice, philosophy, charts, and more.

In addition to the three nonfiction titles on writing, publishing, and marketing, Beth has also developed two hands-on workbooks for aspiring authors. The first workbook is designed to help the author map out an idea to a finished manuscript. The second workbook is constructed like a journal to help organize ideas and develop themes.

Find out more here!

25 QUESTIONS TO ASK WHEN YOU WRITE YOUR NOVEL

Using journaling as a base to explore writing, Beth has developed a video online course suitable for students of all backgrounds and experience. This course, titled "25 Questions to Ask When You Write Your Novel," provides a step-by-step analysis of the writing process. 


The course program includes a free download ebook of the Paper Hearts Journal and is available for only $9.99 through this link, an 80% discount of the original price.

ONLINE FORUM: YA WRITERS REDDIT

Members of this online community are aspiring, agented, and published. With an extensive archive of AMA (Ask Me Anything) style interviews from professionals in the industry and daily discussions, this moderated and curated forum is a great place for writers of all skill levels.

WNC WRITER'S COFFEEHOUSE

The goal of the Writers Coffeehouse is to discuss everything but the craft of writing. Whether it be publishing, marketing, networking, or more, each meeting is filled with conversation and information in a fun, cohesive community. Lead by authors from a wide variety of experience and background, we host each meeting with the goal of helping the other authors in our community. 

Meetings are always free and always fun. We currently meet at the local art studio ZaPow, and ask that you support our host by purchasing a beverage or viewing the art on display.

Meetings are monthly; times and dates are available at the link.

 

©2019 BY BETH REVIS.

AUTHOR HEADSHOTS BY CORWIN REVIS

STYLIZED BOOK PHOTOGRAPHY BY @XENATINE