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Indie Author Project

Indie Author Project (formerly SELF-e) enables writers to upload their eBooks to be included in a statewide collection that promotes local authors. In addition, Library Journal reviews each eBook that is submitted and, if selected, the eBook will appear in a curated collection of self-published eBooks at participating libraries nationwide.


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Story Center Critique Group (ZOOM)

Mon, Aug 3 2020
6:30pm - 7:30pm
Story Center Event
Virtual Event
Join us this month to talk about specific issues you're having with your manuscript, and receive feedback and tips from the host. Please feel free to join us in a writing prompt provided by The Story

Starting to Tell Stories (ZOOM)

Sat, Aug 29 2020
1:30pm - 2:30pm
Story Center Event
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You have a great story to tell, and the Library wants to help you tell it! Learn tips and tricks for brainstorming story ideas and discover resources in your community to help you grow your craft.

Story Camp: Writing Stories (ZOOM)

Tue, Jul 28 2020
1:30pm - 2:30pm
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Where to begin: Join us to learn about writing stories. Start with idea generation techniques that really work, and discover how/where to begin your story. There are two ways to attend ZOOM programs.

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