Writing Read Aloud for Teens
As I stated in the last blog, November is National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). A nonprofit literary crusade to encourage aspiring novelists to write a 50,000 word novel in a month. The event is to promote creativity and adventure, not necessarily expecting great literary works, but quite a number of them have been published. Here at the library, we believe all writing is good writing. It is about the creative outlet and exploring your imagination. You may not have time to write a novel but enjoy creating a poem or short story. November 29th, we will be sharing our writing. Bring a piece of your work and a friend. Then you can share your story, a chapter or a poem! Don't worry, this is for fun! We are not judging the writing, just supporting and inspiring fellow writers. At 6pm, we will munch on pizza to start the event.
Also in November, we will be having National Gaming Day @ the Library on the 12th. Teen Book Club and TAB meet the evening of the 15th in the Teen Room. The 16+ Book Club will meet on November 22nd at 7:30pm. The 16+ Book Club is for older teens and adults, so join the fun!!
Please contact Jane Dance with any questions at 512-218-7012.
See you at the library!!