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Make History Part of your Story with D.M. Pulley

Do you love historical fiction like The Book Thief, Girl with a Pearl Earring, or the novels of Ken Follett? Do you hear a historical anecdote and think, “That would make a great novel?” Then you won’t want to miss when … Continue reading

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Wordplay Writing Club goes natural

Sometimes the best place for a writer to find inspiration is outdoors. That’s where our Wordplay Writing Club went Wednesday. They visited our Read House yard and wrote in nature journals like John James Audubon, William Thoreau, and Walt Whitman. … Continue reading

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Mentor Public Library has writing clubs for kids & teens

Do your children love to write? If so, Mentor Public Library has the perfect club for them—two actually. Our Write On club is for teens. It meets on the third Monday of every month at our Main Branch. They use different … Continue reading

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Our Wordplay Writing Club connects the dots

If storytelling is connecting two points, then good storytelling is making surprising connections in an entertaining fashion. And we forced our Wordplay Club to connect some strange dots on Wednesday. Our young writers had to compose stories using words they selected randomly from … Continue reading

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MPL’s Wordplay Club is a fun way for young writers to hone their skills

The young authors in Wordplay—our writing club for kids—never quite know what they’re getting into when they get together. For example, some months, they write stories using random objects they pick out of a bag. Other times, they team up … Continue reading

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