From 10:45 until 12:45
At West Library Branch and on Zoom
Author Kari Lemor
Kari Lemor has always been a voracious reader. One of those kids who had the book under the covers or under the desk at school. Even now she has been known to stay up until the wee hours finishing a good book. Romance has always been her favorite, stories of people fighting through conflict to reach their happily ever after.
Writing wasn't something she enjoyed when young and only in the last few years began putting the stories that ran rampant in her head, down on paper.
Now that her kids are all grown and have moved out, she uses her spare time to create character driven stories of love and hope. She lives with her husband and they split their time between a small town in New England and beautiful St. Augustine. Being near the ocean is her dream location.
Accurate Portrayal of People with Disabilities
In this workshop, writers will learn about the multitude of disabilities that are under-represented in today’s literature. They will discern correct wording and determine the proper course of action when gathering information. They will delve into the technical realities and legal and educational standpoints regarding disabilities.
Planning a Series
In this workshop you’ll learn the key steps to planning a series which includes types of series, branding, naming a series, tools needed to organize your information, as well as figuring out how to get past the struggles you’ll face.