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Stories tagged with: storytelling
Posted 11/20/18 by April S
Writing books featuring a host of amazing authors including Ray Bradbury, Stephen King, Ramsey Campbell, Neil Gaiman, George R. R. Martin, Joyce Carol Oates, Philip Pullman and many more.Continue Reading: Writing Craft: Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Horror and Everything In Between
Posted 06/04/18 by Heidi Y.
Babies are wonderful, beautiful and thoroughly amazing human beings. Baby storytime gives babies and their caregivers the chance of developing early literacy skills together at the library.Continue Reading: Babies vs Babytime
Posted 05/14/18 by Heidi Y.
Storytelling is the way I connect with other human beings, every day. One of the most amazing audiences to engage and connect with are adults with Alzheimer’s Disease.Continue Reading: Storytelling and Our Communities: Part II: Alzheimers
Posted 05/10/18 by Heidi Y.
Storytelling is the way I connect with other human beings, every day. One of the most worthwhile audiences to engage and connect with are children with Autism.Continue Reading: Storytelling and Our Communities: Part I: Autism
Posted 05/08/18 by April S
Tips and resources to help you craft compelling storylines and draft dynamic dialogue.Continue Reading: The Art of Storytelling: 5 Tips on Crafting Compelling Storylines
Posted 11/20/17 by April S
Everyone has a story to tell. If you would like to tell your story, we have memoir writing resources to help.Continue Reading: Memoir Writing Resources
Posted 11/13/17 by April S
If you're looking for writing group resources - you'll enjoy this blog post.Continue Reading: Top 5 Reasons to Join a Writing Group
Posted 11/09/17 by April S
The National Day of Listening is an opportunity to sit down to have a face to face conversation - and really listen.Continue Reading: National Day of Listening