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Author Lounsbury To Present "How To Write Your Life Story" At Paynesville Branch April 27
On Friday, April 27 at 7:00 p.m., author Connie Lounsbury will present a program at the Paynesville Public Library to guide you through writing and editing your book. She will provide advice on how to get started, select your story format, recapture wonderful moments you thought you had forgotten, reveal skeletons in your closet, release your inhibitions, and finally, choose a title.
Lounsbury is an author and public speaker. She has five books and 24 short stories published. Her latest book is her own memoir, Thrift Store Shoes published by a division of Guideposts, publisher of inspirational books and magazines. With Deanna Germain, she co-authored Reaching Past the Wire: A Nurse At Abu Ghraib, which was nominated for the Minnesota Book Award. Lounsbury has also assisted many other authors in the writing of their books.
Preserve your family history and capture your recollections in a book that will become the most cherished gift you ever give your children and grandchildren.
Preregistration is required: Please register online here, in person at the Paynesville Public Library, or call the library at 320.243.7343.