Read Janet’s Chapter 7 online or learn more about the Community Novel Project Why did you want to participate in the Community Novel Project? I had just completed the NaNoWriMo challenge and was looking for a reason to keep writing. What do you like about the premise and characters of this year’s Community Novel Project […]
SpeakEasy is our collaboratively written Community Novel Project. Read online, download to your ereader or listen to the audiobook version. Each week, we’ll publish a new chapter by a new Topeka author. In chapter 7 by Janet Jenkins Stotts, Ronni reveals why she is dating Charles, someone at the Manor is seriously hurt in an accident, and suddenly no one seems safe.
What will you be reading this summer? Get some recommendations from a room full of librarians as Thad Hartman and Lissa Staley interview librarians about their great summer reads. Have you tried downloading ebooks and audiobooks from the library’s Overdrive service yet? Stephanie will convince you to try it!
Learn why one author of SpeakEasy Chapter 6 struggled with the story’s point of view and why research became her downfall in this behind the scenes interview. Find out how Chapter 6 became a sister girl project collaboration!
SpeakEasy is our collaboratively written Community Novel Project. Read online, download to your ereader or listen to the audiobook version. Each week, we’ll publish a new chapter by a Topeka author. In Chapter 6, authors A. M. Coffee and BlackRose help 108 year old Julia tell her story — and she has quite the story to tell! But what will Ronni do with this new information? And why is Charles so interested in what Julia reveals?
The Personal History, Adventures, Experience and Observation of David Copperfield the Younger of Blunderstone Rookery (Which He Never Meant to Publish on Any Account) by Charles Dickens (1850) uses some incidents from Dicken’s early life. Discuss at the library on Monday, June 10, 2013, 1:30–3:00 pm in the Marvin Auditorium 101C.