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Pamlico Writers Group and Beaufort County Arts Council/Art of the Pamlico, sponsors of the annual Pamlico Writers Conference
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New Bern Magazine Jan 14
Get your tickets for Rivertowne Players' production of The Diary of Anne Frank on January 18-20th and 25-27th
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New Bern PD Jan 14
Thank you to everyone that donated this weekend for NC Special Olympics at Publix
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thank you for sharing!
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Thanks for your support!
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K.M. Weiland Jan 14
Meta perspective.
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New Bern Library Jan 14
Have you attended our Let's Talk About It lecture & discussion series? This spring we're looking at Law & Literature: the Eva R. Rubin series. Our first discussion will be on Monday, February 4 at 7PM, so pick up a copy of A Lesson Before Dying by Gaines at the Reference Desk.
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Nina Romano Jan 13
DREAMING OF A CHRISTMAS KISS by Tree’s decorated, snow’s falling, dinner’s ready, but nothing’s right in young ballerina Natasha’s world!
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The Pamlico Writers Jan 9
Our early afternoon presenters, check out
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Replying to @GraffMarni
Thanks for sharing
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CarolynHowardJohnson Jan 13
thought you might be interested in this book. Still cruising myself and was just notified of a keynote presentation at a February for GLAWS (Greater Los Angeles Writers Conference
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Nina Romano Jan 11
How I Wrote an Historical Novel Set in a China - via Ever grateful for this lovely publication!
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New Bern Library Jan 12
How many of you have switched to eBooks or eAudio? If you want to learn to use the library's collection, register for the World of eBooks class on Monday, January 14 at 2:30PM. Only a few spots are available. *If you have an Apple, you need to have your device set up in advance.*
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Nina Romano Jan 11
Once more, Amy, thanks for inviting me to do the ! Truly appreciate your kindness.
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Nina Romano Jan 10
Does each have a beginning, middle, end? 1 important tension-building scene? What’s it doing in the novel if it doesn’t advance plot!? Show cause & effect. Build on the previous chapter! Show characterization! Have the protagonist’s motivation.
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The Pamlico Writers Jan 10
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Thanks for sharing, it’s a great way to tighten your prose.
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