June 26, 2012

I Was in a Castle Today . . .

After a long day writing, I found myself at the beautiful public library in downtown Columbus.

Here's the wall leading into the children's room . . .


Once inside, you could enjoy reading a book in this CASTLE!!!


Raise your hand if you'd like to have had a castle in your childhood library.  ** Donna waves both hands wildly. **

My heart did a little skip when I perused the new middle grade books because I noticed a familiar title on the shelf . . .

My book may or may not have been face out when I, ahem, turned it face out.  


After the library, I joined the teen writers group at the Thurber House Writing Center. 

We did a couple short writing prompts.  This group was so smart, savvy, funny and creative they could have handled a highly complex activity.  I was so impressed with these young writers!


Tomorrow, I'll be doing a couple more writing workshops and attending a literary picnic in the evening. 

This Thurber House gig sure is fun!

6 comments:

Stacie said...

So fun to follow you around! Thanks for including us.

Wild About Words said...

Stacie, thanks for following me around. STALKER! (But the good kind.)

Laurie Taddonio said...

So glad you're having fun!

Wild About Words said...

Thanks, Laurie!

Susanne Drazic said...

I think it would be fun to read in a castle. : )

Wild About Words said...

Susanne, it would be fun to do just about anything in a castle. But reading and imagining? The best!