Library asks what writers want

On Saturday March 12 at 10:30 a.m. the new library is hosting a meeting titled What Do Writers Want.

On Saturday March 12 at 10:30 a.m. the new library is hosting a meeting titled What Do Writers Want.

The Friends of the Summerland Library Society are inviting local authors to attend the meeting. This meeting was set up so that the local authors could gain support from the Friends of the Summerland Library Society and is also giving those who come a chance to network with other authors said Sue Kline, one of Summerland’s community librarians.

Kline will also be introducing the meeting with an overview of all the library’s  physical and digital resources, their future plans as well as the programs that they have for readers of any age.

Then there will be a discussion on how important the library could be to the writers, and writers will be able to share their thoughts on how the library can help them to get on their way. Also some suggestions can be made on how there could be some changes made to the library and how they would like to get involved to make it a better place. These improvements to the library are all depending on what the authors would like from the library.