As March roars in, come to the library to hone your reading and creative writing skills. These stand-alone workshops are open to teens and adults. Come to one or all; no prior registration required.
March 7: Thoughtful Reading: Many of us have trouble describing a book we’ve read beyond saying we liked or didn’t like it. Knowing how to evaluate a story is useful, whether you’re a member of a book club or in a writing critique group; someone who posts comments on Amazon and Goodreads or who simply likes to recommend books to friends. In this workshop, we’ll examine the elements in a story and consider questions to ask about stories. We will then practice applying these skills.
This is the first of four free workshops on reading and writing. This first one is for readers, though writers, too, would find it useful. The other three are primarily for writers.
Sponsored by the Friends of Brooks Memorial Library.