Jill Grunenwald, author of Running with a Police Escort: Tales from the Back of the Pack, visited us during National Novel Writing Month.
While here, she offered her insights on a mélange of topics, including:
- the difficulty of honestly discussing weight, body image, anxiety, and mental health
- her favorite author that she’s interviewed for her Professional Book Nerd podcast
- who she’s reading now
- the book she wishes she had written
- whether it’s more difficult to run a marathon or write a book
By the way, we’ll conclude National Novel Writing Month with a return visit from award-winning author D.M. Pulley on Thursday, Nov. 30.
First, Pulley will lead a session where writers can share and discuss their stories that they’ve written this month at 6:30 p.m. at our Main Branch. They can also decompress and share war stories from a month’s worth of writing.
Then, directly following, Pulley will read from and discuss her newest novel, “The Unclaimed Victim,” which was inspired by the Cleveland Torso Slayings.
Afterward, Pulley will sign copies of her book, which will be available for purchase.
Both the writing session and Pulley’s reading are free and open to the public. However, registration is required. You can sign up for either or both programs on our event calendar or by calling us at (440) 255-8811 ext. 216.