If you are an aspiring writer, or even a published one, you probably have heard of NaNoWriMo. And if you haven't, you should know that National Novel Writing Month is now celebrated every November by thousands of people from across the world, all supporting each other in doing the work it takes to put together enough words to make a novel in one month! It is not to late to sign up. The only way to write a book, is to start doing that writing!
Sno-Isle Libraries is supporting our NaNoWriMo enthusiasts this month by having a special series of Write-Ins with real live authors this month! You can join them (for FREE) at our library and just sit down and write along side, ask them questions about the writing process, or if you bring a book...get it signed! You can see the calendar of our NaNoWriMo events here.
Today you can even hit two events...today at 3:30 Kendare Blake, author of Anna Dressed in Blood and Antigoddess will be at the Mukilteo Library.
Then at 6pm, A.R. Kahler, author of "The Immortal Circus Trilogy" will
be at the Top Pot Cafe at University Book Store in Mill Creek.
Tomorrow we have J. Anderson Coats author of (one of my favorites from last year) The Wicked and the Just at the Marysville Library at 4pm.
Thursday Louise Marley (Singer in the Snow and The Glass Butterfly) will be at the Arlington Library at 3pm.
And Friday Richard Farr author of the awesome non-fiction adventure Emperors of the Ice will be at the Brier Library at 3:30pm.
Stay tuned for more exciting author Write-Ins!