Read Local

www.jocolibrary.org
Oct 27, 2016

This prompt was posted on our book lending machine during our 2016 Writers Conference.

We're dying to know what you thought it was (or what you wanted it to be!)

Share your story in the comments.
1000 words

www.jocolibrary.org
Oct 27, 2016

If you missed our 2016 Writers Conference you can still participate by creating a story using these images. 

Share your story in the comments.
1000 words.

www.jocolibrary.org
Oct 27, 2016

If you missed our 2016 Writers Conference you can still participate by creating a story using these images.

Share your story in the comments.
1000 words.

www.jocolibrary.org
Oct 27, 2016

If you missed our 2016 Writers Conference you can still participate by creating a story using these images.

Share your story in the comments.
1000 words.

www.jocolibrary.org
Oct 27, 2016

If you missed our 2016 Writers Conference you can still participate by creating a story using these images.

Share your story in the comments.
1000 words.

www.jocolibrary.org
Oct 27, 2016

If you missed our 2016 Writers Conference you can still participate by creating a story using these images.

Share your story in the comments.
1000 words.

www.jocolibrary.org
Oct 27, 2016

If you missed our 2016 Writers Conference you can still participate by creating a story using these images.

Share your story in the comments.
1000 words.

www.jocolibrary.org
Oct 27, 2016

Pick a  piece of artwork and tell its story.

This prompt accompanied artwork at Johnson County Library during our 2016 Writers Conference. If you missed the conference, pick any piece of artwork!

Share your story in the comments.
1000 words

Local Writers
Oct 22, 2016

I’ve read a significant number of books about writing. Some I have loved and find inspiration in, some I have found useful, and some I have skimmed because they didn’t resonate with me. DIY MFA is an entirely different experience.

http://www.danyelleferguson.com/
Oct 18, 2016

Danyelle Ferguson discovered her love for the written word in elementary school. Her first article was published when she was in 6th grade. Since then, she’s won several awards and has been published world-wide in newspapers, magazines and books. She’s grateful every day to work in her dream jobs – author, editor, and nurturing her readaholic tendencies.

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