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Christina Baker Kline on her writing, favorite books & who she’s reading now

Orphan Train author Christina Baker Kline was our keynote speaker during the inaugural Northcoast Writers’ Showcase last week. We had the opportunity to interview her, and she discussed: why never goes anywhere without Anna Karenina and Madame Bovary why she loves Min … Continue reading

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5 writing tips from Paula McLain

Bestselling author and spectacular human Paula McLain visited us for National Novel Writing Month. She discussed finding inspiration for her bestsellers, The Paris Wife and Circling the Sun, in Hadley Richardson and Beryl Markham, respectively. She also mentioned how a dream about Martha … Continue reading

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Meet bestseller Paula McLain at Mentor Public Library

Aspiring authors can get advice from bestselling poet, memoirist and prose writer Paula McLain during a special program at our library. McLain, author of “The Paris Wife” and “Circling the Sun,” will discuss her writing at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. … Continue reading

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Let your imagination soar this November at MPL

We want your imagination to take flight during National Novel Writing Month at Mentor Public Library. That’s why we’re hosting three women who know how to soar this November at our Main Branch. First, Connie Luhta—a trustee for the International … Continue reading

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Learn how to tell your story during National Novel Writing Month

You have a story you want to tell. Maybe it’s a novel or a memoir. It’s been rattling around in your brain for years, but it’s so hard to put pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard.) Fortunately we’ve enlisted … Continue reading

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