Sarah’s Story Workshops

Sarah is hosting free workshops every Saturday of September! All workshops are at 7 pm eastern time via Zoom.

    • Workshop 1: Plot, September 5th
    • Workshop 2: Characters, September 12th
    • Workshop 3: Dialogue, September 19th
    • Workshop 4: General Q&A, September 26th

You can sign up for as many or as few as you would like. A few days before the workshop, zoom information will be sent to your inbox. We hope to see you there!

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Free Online Writing Workshop with Sarah Saturday July 25th

Sarah Frank, teen award-winning author, will be teaching a FREE workshop on how to start writing your story. She’ll outline tips for plot, characters, and world-building ad well as sharing her story. You’ll leave this workshop with a plan for a plot, an understanding of your characters, and many writing tips!

Saturday, July 25, 2020 5pm – 6pm

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Sarah makes online appearance on “Wordier Than Thou”

Here’s a chance to watch the recording of Sarah live streaming on Facebook and Zoom.
The event was titled “Quarantine Storytime: a Virtual Reading by Sarah Frank”, and it was hosted by Wordier Than Thou.

The first 19 minutes is her reading aloud the prologue of One Chance, and then it was Q&A time for the balance of time.

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Sarah’s Book Signing at Barnes & Noble

Sarah’s Book Signing at the Brandon Barnes & Noble was a huge success! Partnering with her fans from Colson Elementary we had a fun night with a scavenger hunt (Sarah was a clue!) and other fun activities for the kids. We also unveiled the cover of Sarah’s next book: Two Secrets!




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Sarah finished her school year with speaking to over 1500 adults and kids!

During the past year Sarah has spoken to over 1500 teachers, media specialists, parents and kids in grades 3-6 about her book. Her presentations in schools are very well-received and she has quickly become a role model to students with her message about hard work making dreams come true.

She has traveled to Illinois where she was a keynote speaker at Follett’s ReadingCon 2017, and visited elementary and middle schools in Hillsborough, Pasco, and Lake Counties. If you would like to have Sarah speak at your event, visit our Media/School Author Visits page.
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Sarah as a keynote speaker at Follett’s 2017 ReadingCon in Chicago

Sarah kicked off her speaking career as a Keynote Speaker alongside Kwame Alexander and Gene Luen Yang at Follett’s 2017 ReadingCon in Naperville, IL.

Sarah Frank already is gaining notoriety as she served as the closing keynote speaker at “ReadingCon: Collaborating for Literacy,” a conference on Thursday, June 22, 2017  at Northern Illinois University in Naperville, Ill. Designed for K-12 educators, the event featured an impressive array of award-winning authors:

Kwame Alexander
Gene Luen Yang
Carol Weston
Aaron Reynolds
Chelsea Sedoti
Nancy Cavanaugh
John David Anderson
Gillian King-Cargile
Judy Schachner
Julie Berry
Lauren Wolk
Candace Fleming
Eric Rohmann
Tim Green
Jennifer L Holm
Neal Shusterman
Barb Rosenstock
Jim Benton
Laurel Snyder
Matt Lamothe
Emily Jenkins/E Lockhart.
Sarah got to meet and chat with many of these authors:
Sarah’s presentation was titled “Let’s Add ‘Creative’ Back to Writing.” After her presentation she autographed One Chance posters and  posed for selfies with teachers and media specialists who were inspired by her talk.
About the One Chance book launch:
“At BeaLu Books, we have a strong belief in the power of literacy to bring positive changes to the lives of children in our communities and the world,” said CEO Luana Mitten. “And we couldn’t be more thrilled and proud to introduce such a talented young writer such as Sarah onto the scene with her first novel. The ‘One Chance’ series is off to a great start, and we are confident will be a popular read for middle grades and young adults.”
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