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Meet Author Alina Simon

Author Alina SimonAward-winning screenwriter Alina Simon brings you a chilling new young adult novel The Shuffler Saga: Macki. Alina has been recognized in several international competitions for her thrilling feature-length screenplays. Her signing for Macki at the Bryan Main Library, located at 107 East High Street, will be held in Bookends Used Book Store on September 29th at 6:30 PM. Copies will be available for purchase, and giveaways will be announced.  
 
When Macki, an insane and angry shape-shifter, breaks out of prison, a gifted young man is thrown into the complicated world of the Shufflers and forced to save them from their own ancient creator. 
 
Alina lived in Bryan for twelve years, and, now at seventeen, she resides in the Los Angeles area with her family and two Chihuahuas, Taco and Bell. 

Colbart’s Donates Bicycle for Tour de Book Raffle

Colbart’s Bicycle Shop, a family run business located in Edon, Ohio, owned by John and Valda Colbart, recently donated an adult bicycle to be raffled off in the Tour de Book bicycle raffle. The Tour de Book is a county wide 75 mile bicycle marathon that visits every library in Williams County, and is sponsored by Williams County Public Library, the Montpelier Public Library, and the United Way of Williams County. The marathon will take place on September 27th at the Bryan Main Library. The bicycle raffle includes a child’s bike and the donated adult bike. Tickets for the raffle are $1.00 each or 6 tickets for $5.00, sold at all branches of WCPL and the Montpelier Public Library through September 27th. The raffle winner will be chosen on September 29th. The proceeds will benefit all “friends” of Williams County.
The Williams County Public Library, Montpelier Library and the United Way of Williams County would like to thank Colbart's Bicycle Shop for their generous donation.  Find out more about the Tour de Book
 

Meet Author Greg Smith at Bookends

Greg SmithMeet local author Greg Smith on Tuesday, September 30th from 6:00-7:00 pm at Bookends Used Bookstore inside the Bryan Library.  Mr. Smith is a writer of suspense novels, who currently has two titles published Holy Lotto and Wrong Left Turn. Greg has also just finished the book 3 Times the Sparrow, which will be available to purchase in late 2014. Mr. Smith is presently working on the sequel to Holy Lotto, after the book received numerous favorable reviews. Snacks and refreshments will be provided. If you are unable to attend the book signing, but would like to purchase Mr. Smith’s novels, you can order the books online at amazon.com or barnesandnoble.com.
 

What's All the Hoopla?

hooplaThe library is happy to announce a new service for our library patrons.  Hoopla allows you to stream movies, music, TV shows and audio books to your mobile device or computer.  And all you need is a library card!  Like the Ohio Digital Library titles can be borrowed for free with no overdue fees.  And with Hoopla there are no waiting lists!  All the titles are available all the time.  You can get the Hoopla app on iTunes or at the Google Play store.  Just go to Hoopladigital.com, choose the Williams County Public Library, sign up with your library card and PIN (ask us if you can't remember your PIN) and begin borrowing and creating favorites lists. You can borrow up to 10 titles a month.

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