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Celebrating NaNoWriMo with Author Talks!

Week 4

Welcome to the last video of our Local Authors Series for NaNoWriMo!! Author Andrew Gilchrist takes us through the writing process, from concept to publishing. His video will be particularly interesting to people who have questions about the editing process, as he takes a quick look at editing software.

Week 3

Sylvia Thomson, formerly of Belleville, is the author of 2 children’s books, and an historical fiction novel. She has put together a video called, 12 tips To Getting a Writer’s Grant which is sure to be informative for authors at all stages of experience! Enjoy!

Week 2

Local author, Susan Kehoe has written two novels, Ireland: Snapshots In Time & Nuggets. She is currently working on her next book. She has some very interesting stories about her travels, her inspirations, and what kinds of things inspire her.

Prince Edward County author, Robin Timmerman, has written 5 mystery novels. She writes with colour and enthusiasm about the characters in a small town.When we asked her to participate in our local authors series, she wanted to write a letter directly to the patrons of our library.

You can click the link below to read more about her influences, her process of writing, her advice to other writers, and what she calls the “big thrill” of writing stories that others love to read.

Week 1

Welcome to our first of several virtual author talks for NaNoWriMo!

Gordon Pitts is the author of over 15 books, among them, “Moira Memories,” a popular book among local history enthusiasts. He has some incredible stories to share and valuable advice for other writers.

Storytime Videos

Watch our latest video here, and be sure to check out previous videos on
Madoc Library YouTube Channel

Our Storytime videos are only available temporarily to comply with copyright laws, so check back for new ones often! You can view all current Storytimes here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d4ibrJW8tyc

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