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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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Kids, teens can join our writing clubs

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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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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Wordplay Writing Club pens poems for National Poetry Month

Our Wordplay Writing Club celebrated National Poetry Month by penning their own poems. They wrote rhymed poems, as well as: concrete poems, (also known as shape poetry,) where the poetry fits into a shape like a dog, firetruck or the silhouette … Continue reading

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