Laurel writes and so can you

BELLOWS FALLS, Vt. – On Saturday, March 31, from 1 to 3 p.m, there will be a writers’ workshop at the Village Square Booksellers in Bellows Falls. This workshop will bring the participants into the process of the concept, the editing, and the finished writings of Laurel A. Smith. Smith is a local author from New Hampshire. There will be a time for questions and discussions throughout the presentation. Ten percent of the workshop fees and book sales will be donated to Our Place in Bellows Falls. If you love to write, come and have fun! Call 802-463-9404 for reservations.

Laurel A. Smith has written the children’s books “The Quest for Quinnie,” “Pinboy,” “Hip Hopper the Hip Hop Grasshopper,” and “Miss Olivia goes to Bolivia.” She has recently published her wit and humor memoir, “My Parents Told me to NEVER put anything into writing, Oops!” She has been published for humorous columns in the Keene Sentinel and the Our Town, located in Charlestown, N.H. You may have read her article, “Believe,” in “Chicken Soup for the Soul: A Book of Miracles.”

Presently, she is collaborating with her sons writing a Revolutionary War historical novel, “New Hampshire Warrior.” “New Hampshire Warrior” is based on her great, great, great, grandfather’s war history during that developing time of our country. The last, but not final, is an adventure with her younger granddaughter, Isabella Mae, what should we make today? She has visited schools in New Hampshire, Vermont, New York, and Massachusetts, also various libraries, winter carnivals, nursing homes, rotaries, cable television, and bookstores.

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