The Evolution of Memoir

I love a good memoir regardless of who's telling the story. As long as the writing is top-notch and the stories are a least somewhat juicy, I will read just about anything that delves into the real-life drama of human existence. Traditionally, memoirs have focused solely on the life events of one particular person (sometimes […]

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FREE! Ukulele classes, Better Pictures with Your Cell Phone, BrainDance, and More!

As the Older Adults Project Specialist for KCLS, I am sometimes envious of the events designed for kids where the adults are sitting around watching while the youngsters dance, sing, create art, and learn. Why should kids have all the fun? Thus, the Arts & Technology Fest was born! This action-packed weekend, generously funded by […]

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Fiction for Bibliophiles

October always brings me mental images of windblown leaves skittering down wet streets, of warm wool blankets newly applied to keep out the chill of a rainy fall evening, and huddling up with a good book. The fall is my favorite time to revel unabashedly in my deep love of books and reading. And nothing […]

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Indie Author Day

Are you a writer who has dreamed of publishing a book? Or are you a local author seeking ways to grow your audience? Maybe you’re a reader hoping to discover new local authors! Join us for Indie Author Day on Saturday, October 8, from 10 am – 3 pm at the KCLS Service Center, 960 […]

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