The Library is happy to offer a series of writing workshops this fall, open to all writers regardless of experience level. Each workshop is FREE, and will be a supportive place to get your words flowing and tap into a group energy that will stimulate your best creative writing. Workshops are led by Caroline Joy Adams, M.Ed., author of four published books, including The Power to Write: Seven Keys to Discover Your Writer Within, who is currently working on a screenplay set in historic coastal New England. She encourages everyone to be their most creative selves, and passionately loves research writing as well. Originally from New York, and an adjunct university professor of English in Arizona during the academic year, she is now spending her summers in New England.
Please call the Library to register at 508-548-8961.
- Monday night, September 9, 2019: THEME – Life Journeys We all have interesting life experiences to draw upon that can be the basis of stories others will want to hear. This evening, we will use writing prompts on the theme of life journeys. You can either choose to write about a life journey of your own, or focus on a fictional character’s story.
- Monday night, September 30, 2019: THEME – Memorable Moments & Auspicious Occasions
- Monday night, October 7, 2019: THEME – Writing by the Sea – Stories with a Connection to Nature
- Monday night, October 28, 2019: THEME – The Power of Change Whether of our own choosing or taking place against our will, we are all asked to embrace big changes along our life pathways, and this is always an intriguing theme to write about.