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Twin Falls, Idaho (KMVT-TV) November is the month for celebrating everything from aviation history to adoption, epilepsy awareness, and people who love banana pudding.
November is also National Novel Writing Month, or Na-No-Wri-Mo for short. The goal is to encourage people who are interested to write 50,000 words, or about 175 pages, in just 30 days.
The Twin Falls Public Library is hosting three special events to celebrate. Next Monday November 5th beginning at 6:30 p.m., local authors Bonnie Dodge and Pat Marcantonio will talk about their writing and publishing experiences. That includes the book they edited called "Hauntings from the Snake River Plain."
The library will host a "write-in" after hours on Friday November 16th at six p.m. And they'll wrap it all up Thursday November 29th at seven p.m. so you can tell others about your experience.
Oct. 30, 2012.