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National Novel Writing Month Kick-off on Tuesday, Oct. 29

National Novel Writing Month

Nanowrimo starts Nov. 1!

Ever wanted to write a novel, but didn’t know where to start? Looking for inspiration, or maybe support, in your writing endeavor?

Then get ready for National Novel Writing Month with the library’s Kick-off on Tuesday, October 29, at 6:00 p.m. in the Rose Room. Learn how to write a novel (in 30 days, no less), and start your own novel preparations at this event.

No registration required – just drop in!

National Novel Writing Month Kick-off
Tuesday, October 29
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Rose Room

For more information about this free event, please contact Andi Erickson (adult services) at 503-570-1593 or erickson@wilsonvillelibrary.org or Brad Clark (teen services) at 503-570-1592 or clark@wilsonvillelibrary.org.

Are you Nano-ing?

Then come on down to the Library this Sunday, November 15, from 1:00-6:00 p.m. for a Halfway Mark Write-in. We will have coffee, snacks, and space (wall outlets and wifi) – all for free!

And while you’re at the Library, stop in and listen to author Melissa Hart talk about writing memoirs for publication with our Northwest Author Series. Tickets for this event are $5 at the door. It would make a nice break from the frantic novel writing, and just might provide some much-needed inspiration!

For more information, visit the Library’s website.


Don’t know what we’re talking about? Here is the deal:

November is National Novel Writing Month (aka “Nanowrimo” or “Nano”), where people like you and me write a 50,000 word novel in 30 days. Sound crazy? It is – but it’s also fun, exciting, and exhilarating! Learn more about Nanowrimo at their website: www.nanowrimo.org.