Writing in Mark Twain’s Library

How would you like to write your story here? Photo courtesy Mark Twain House and Museum Twain House tour guides tell us Sam Clemens, who wrote under the pen name Mark Twain, made up stories on the fly for his three daughters in the glow of his library's hearth. His young audience expected each story to feature items displayed on the mantel, starting with the picture ...

Showing a library some love from Sisters in Crime

L to R: Sisters in Crime members Susannah Hardy, Kathryn Orzech, me and Levi E. Coe library director Loren Webber, Adult Services coordinator Susan Mizla and children's services librarian Vicki Berry A couple of writer pals and I felt like Oprah for a morning. We helped a local library celebrate winning a $1,000 grant from Sisters in Crime. (more…)