Do you have the next Great American Novel inside you? Well, we say the world needs your novel. And now is your chance to get it done, or at least, get it started.
November is National Novel Writing Month. The goal is to write 50,000 words during the month. Of course, there is no requirement to write that many words. For some, it is simply a great opportunity to get some ideas out of their head and down on paper or in print. Perhaps you might only create an outline to work on during the winter months.
Whatever you decide to do, the J. Ardis Bell Library on the NE Campus is one of the newest “Come Write In” locations in our area to help support your passion for telling stories. The Library will be hosting Come Write In times each Monday in November from 7-9pm. We will start things off with a Get Acquainted session on Monday, October 30, also from 7-9pm. All sessions will meet in NLIB 2102.
If you decide to participate, you will become a WriMo. You can find out more information at: https://nanowrimo.org/how-it-works
In addition, there is a bonus. It is an opportunity to meet like-minded individuals who also crave the craft of telling a story.
In Arts & Humanities, Fiction, NaNoWriMo, NE Library, Special Events