Have you met the Scribbler blog?

They read Scribbler and so should you.

You may not have noticed, but down on the right-hand side of this blog, under Blogs I Follow, is a link to “Scribbler.” Maybe you did notice it, but didn’t know what it was.

Scribbler is the literary blog here at Central Library, and the online home of the STL Scribblers, a writing group that meets the first Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. here at Central. I enjoy reading their posts, particularly the one from July 28th about the local romance writers convention. I’ve never attended a convention like this, and found the post to be both enlightening and entertaining. In fact, I actually started snickering out loud when I was reading it. So, because I enjoy reading this blog, I wanted to give it a shout-out. If you have time, definitely go check it out!

For information about Scribbler, please contact Eric Lundgren at elundgren@slpl.org

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St. Louis Central Library, Center for the Reader, is where you can find fiction, reading suggestions, author information, and much more!
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One Response to Have you met the Scribbler blog?

  1. Pingback: Scribbler’s Ghost Story Contest | slplcenterforthereader

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