Tag Archives: Na-No-Wri-Mo

Learn how to write & publish your story

You’ve gone through the long arduous process of writing a draft of your book that you actually like. Now what? After all, there’s a difference between a good story and a good book. Books need to be edited, formatted and … Continue reading

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D.M. Pulley helps us kick off National Novel Writing Month

Writers, have you ever been intimidated by a blank page or computer screen? Award-winning writer D.M. Pulley will offer strategies to overcome writer’s block when she helps us kick off National Novel Writing Month this November. As an engineer-turned-mystery-author, she’ll … Continue reading

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Our Wordplay Writing Club Tries Na-No-Wri-Mo

Our Wordplay Writing Club is trying to compose a story together, and it’s more creative than linear. They use storytelling dice with a different suggestions on each face, so every roll adds a new element to the story So far, … Continue reading

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9 Writing Tips from Author Tricia Springstubb

Author Tricia Springstubb visited our library last week to help us launch National Novel Writing Month. Springstubb has written “Moonpenny Island” and other popular books for young readers, as well as award-winning short fiction for adults. She offered strategies (and coping techniques) for writing 50,000 words … Continue reading

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Some of our favorite motivational (and unmotivational) quotes from writers

Here’s a cute little something that we put together for LitCon, in case any of you writers need some motivation (or de-motivation) during National Novel Writing Month! By the way, you can get help from professional authors and your fellow … Continue reading

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