What’s your story—and how will you tell it?
The ability to craft a clear and compelling story is a critical skill in today’s world. Whether you’re an entrepreneur eager to share your start-up story with investors or a trial attorney hoping to convince a jury or a grandparent ready to get your life down on paper, stories matter. But what makes a good story? Where do you begin? Most important, how do you make your audience care?
Join award-winning author Kate Klise, Arts ’85, and her illustrator sister Sarah Klise, Arts ’84, as they share their best writing tips and drawing tricks. In their 30-plus books, the Klise sisters have persuaded one of the toughest audiences in America—children—to keep turning the pages. Learn from these creative sisters how to craft your next story, whether it’s a business pitch, closing argument, or perhaps a bestselling memoir.