On March 11th local author, Brad Steinmetz of La Farge spoke with the Wilton Writer’s Workshop at the Wilton Public Library. Brad shared his own writing process and encourages the discipline of writing down local stories. Pictured with Brad is Workshop participant, Don Nelson.
Donna Welch is our first patron to earn a mug in our Hot Reads for Cold Nights contest (with her best friend Debbie Paeth hot on her heels, I might add!) There is still time to review six books and earn your mug. The competition is heavy but not terribly fierce. Read books, earn prizes…its fun even for adults!
The weather forecast is in and it does not look good, folks. I think it’s time to create some heat of our own. We need some hot reads for these cold nights! Here’s the deal:
Pick up a hot book (Preferably at the Wilton Public Library).
- Read the book.
Write a short book review (Yep. That’s right. Kind of like a book report!).
If you can complete this process twice you will receive a free Hot Reads for Cold Nights magnet.
Turn in your 3rd & 4th reviews and receive a free Hot Reads for Cold Nights ice scraper.
Complete the challenge with your 5th & 6th reviews and receive a beautiful Hot Reads for Cold Nights mug!
So, let’s do it! Get reading!
Your Fearless Librarian,
Here are first participants in the Wilton Writer’s Workshop hosted by the Wilton Public Library. This six week session provided writers an opportunity to write their personal stories on an assigned topic and the group gathered weekly to review one another’s writing. Workshop participants each selected one piece from this session and have them provided at the library and the Monroe County History Room. These stories are available to the public and are intended to encourage others to write down their personal memoirs. The next six week session of the Writer’s Workshop will begin March 25th. Contact the library to participate. email@example.com.