Sunday, April 22 marks the 41st Earth Day. Whether it is learning about the number of bags American use every minute or journeying across the earth or learning about the demise of the electric car, I am a fan of … Continue reading →
Welcome to another round up of what we, your cheerful neighborhood library bloggers, are reading. Vanessa – I am listening to Death of a Dreamer by M.C. Beaton, a Hamish MacBeth mystery from the highlands of Scotland and I am … Continue reading →
The Amelia Writer’s Group will meet again on Tuesday, April 24th at 6:00 p.m. All adult writers are welcome. Try the following prompts! Writing Prompts 1. Write about your family, making them the very first family, living in a … Continue reading →
You know you’re getting old when bands you listed to as a teenager are being inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. I’m thinking of Guns n’ Roses, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Beastie Boys. The ceremony takes … Continue reading →
Pure is set sometime in the near future after nuclear detonations have destroyed the world as we know it. A select few escaped the blast because they had taken refuge in a dome. The people in the dome are referred … Continue reading →
You might be an introvert if: you favor 1-on-1 conversations over group activities would rather communicate by writing than by speaking you hate open floor plan work environments you feel drained after being out and about, especially with a lot … Continue...
Spring is in the air, flowers are blooming, bees are buzzing, and somewhere the crack of the bat can be heard. With each puff of smoke from the mitt optimism for the upcoming baseball season abounds. Around here, the Cincinnati … Continue reading →
You know the best thing about Universal Class? I mean other than the fact that it’s free or the ridiculously amazing number of courses you can take of course. It’s the fact that you can work at your own speed. … Continue reading →
Prompts for the week of April 12, 2012 PROMPT I find the two most confusing things in writing are the voices, (first person, second person, third person and omniscient) and the tenses, (present and past and future). Because some of … Continue reading...
Prompts for the week of April 5, 2012 Think “SPRING” Do you have any spring time traditions? Let the nice weather inspire a poem. Can you describe a springtime sky? 5 WORDS Use these 5 words to create a short … Continue reading →