Thank you for visiting my speaking page. As an author and former marketing director, I understand the importance of captivating an audience.
As a communicator, I am especially aware of the need for speakers to connect with an audience and leave them with practical takeaways.
I give various workshops on the craft of writing and storytelling. I am also a keynote speaker, focusing on living a purposeful and passionate-filled life. My passion is writing, and my purpose is to help others. And we cannot fulfill our purpose if we are not doing our passion.
Contact Sherry to check availability for booking her for your group or organization on these topics:
The 7 Steps to Highly Effective Short Story Writing
Walk through the step-by-step process to create grabbing stories that hook your readers from the first page and leave them wanting more.
The 12 Steps of Fiction Writers Anonymous
A fun workshop that looks at the ups and downs of fiction writing, and how you can master them.
The 10 Commandments of Lean and Powerful Writing (or) Screenwriting for the Novelist
Learn the techniques that create spiraling successes for screenwriters, that you can translate onto the pages of your novel. Sherry Briscoe founded the Idaho Screenwriters Association and ran it from 1999 through 2013.
Write The Screenplay Adaptation to Your Novel
An afternoon workshop, or an on-line course that teaches you the basic, no-nonsense, only what you need to know techniques to write your adaptation. Sherry Briscoe founded the Idaho Screenwriters Association and ran it from 1999 through 2013.
Writing for the big screen is very different than writing a novel. Sherry can help you maneuver through the bumps and road blocks often experienced in screenwriting. This course can be designed for your needs. Either a 2-hour workshop, or a 6-week online course helping you develop your screenplay.
Putting The Thrill In Thriller
Walk down a dark alley with Sherry and find the suspense in your story. She grew up watching Alfred Hitchcock and the Twilight Zone. Is it any wonder her stories are dark and mysterious with a hint of the supernatural?
If you are interested in having Sherry present a workshop or keynote speech, contact her to find out more specifics, and see how she can help you.