The first literary festival ever held in the historic town of Wake Forest kicks off on Friday, Oct. 19 with events for younger readers, including a performance by the ArtsPower National Touring Theatre. On Saturday, Oct. 20, workshops and readings by nationally-known authors are scheduled throughout the day at different venues in town.
Susan will lead a workshop on historical fiction writing from 1-4 at the Wake Forest Historical Museum at 414 Main Street: "Transforming 'Then' Into 'Now;' Crafting Compelling Historical Fiction." (Bring your notebooks -- you'll be writing in class!) Tickets for the 3-hour class are $45 and can be purchased through the website: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/transforming-then-into-now-writing-compelling-historical-fiction-with-susan-rivers-tickets-48893263066
The author will also take part in the Author Speed Dating Dinner at 6:30 p.m. that Saturday which concludes the festival. To reserve tickets for the dinner or for other events at the WFLF, click on this link: https://www.page158books.com/litfest
For more information, contact Suzanne Berube Lucey at Page 158 Books: 919-435-1843