July/August 2015 This newsletter and the last year’s newsletters can be found in the Newsletter Archive page, located on the blue menu bar on the home page.
If you are someone like me and something deep down inside you has always wanted to write your thoughts down on paper, but felt you “knew” that it was something that was not possible, what did you do? For me, … Read More »
Ron Shoop entertained and informed a full house of book enthusiasts with his review of 14 historical books, listed below. If you missed this meeting, you have another chance on July 14 from 6:30 to 8:00 pm at the Hercules Library, when Ron … Read More »
Book club coordinator, bookstore manager and Project Second Chance board member Cheryl McKeon loves to talk about books, and she loves PSC. For you and your book club (or group of reader friends) this can mean an evening or a … Read More »
“I expected it to be an interesting activity. I was sure people would take part, and hoped they would enjoy it. But they didn’t seem to care.” So begins the article “If They Come, They Care” by Kate Nonesuch on the … Read More »
May-June 2015 This newsletter and the last year’s newsletters can be found in the Newsletter Archive page, located on the blue menu bar on the home page.
Our spring tutor training class is fast approaching. Training dates are Wednesday, April 22 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Saturday, April 25 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Saturday, May 2 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. (All 14 hours … Read More »
Readers appreciate a good story – and the annual Bay Area Storytelling Festival is April 24-26 at the Orinda Community Center! Featured tellers for the 2015 Bay Area Storytelling Festival are Tim Tingle, an Oklahoma Choctaw and an award-winning author … Read More »
Ron Shoop entertained and informed a full house of book enthusiasts with his review of 12 debut (or almost debut) books, listed below. If you missed this meeting, you have another chance on May 7 at the Concord Library, when … Read More »
Laurie R. King is the author of five contemporary novels featuring Kate Martinelli; the Stuyvesant & Grey novels Touchstone and The Bones of Paris; several stand-alone novels; and 13 Mary Russell mysteries, including Dreaming Spies (Bantam Books, February 17, 2015).She lives … Read More »