Congratulations to the winners of the 2021 Short Story Contest hosted by the Clermont County Public Library. We received 29 adult entries and 32 teen entries this year. We truly appreciate you sharing your stories! Short Story Contest Winners 2021 The first, second, and third place winners in both categories have been selected. Adult Winners […]
With many of us limiting our time out of the house, I figured now would be an excellent time for writing prompts. If you’re stressed out or just bored, writing can help take your mind off of it. Here are some writing prompts to help get you through the month of March and into April.
Writers approach NaNoWriMo with a mixture of trepidation and excitement. They stock up on pens, paper, and coffee with the intention of writing 50,000 words by the end of November. If anything it gives you an excuse to duck out early from an awkward family get-together, but if you’re thinking of taking on the challenge this year, there are a few things to keep in mind.
Welcome to the latest episode of the Booklovers Podcast. Laura and I are joined by Amy and Ashley of the New Richmond and Williamsburg writers groups. In addition to our writers groups, we have many books in the collection about writing from basic sentence structure to writing for specific genres. Resources for writers Here are […]
I started to write about poetry resources at the Clermont County Public Library and got this sense of déjà vu after realizing I was writing more or less the same things I wrote in an On the Same Page blog entry last year. So in the spirit of 2017, I’m focusing on some other less […]