NORWALK, Conn. -- Author Barbara Pearson-Rac, who will present "It's Never Too Late To Write!: A Late Bloomer's Journey" at Norwalk Public Library, knows the topic from experience.
Pearson-Rac wrote her first novel -- "On Track" -- in her 60s. Her talk on that experience will take place Friday, Jan. 22, at noon in the main library auditorium.
For Pearson-Rac, writing "On Track" was an experience in learning about the human imagination and how the brain goes to unexpected places. Be inspired by this late bloomer's journey and meet a gang of characters lead by Diana Jeffries.
In "On Track," Diana Jeffries, a well-known criminology professor, along with three of her commuting cohorts, stumble onto a sinister plot involving their commuter train when they inadvertently view a text message from a seemingly shady passenger.
This ignites the gang's curiosity and through their amateurish stumblings and outlandish schemes, they find themselves entangled in a real threat including murder. When an attempt to share their fears with their train conductor, Tom, fails, Diana turns to her friend Lieutenant Venedri of the New York City Police Department.
The gang is dismissed as a group of aging snoops, which leaves them to their own ludicrous devices.
For additional information or to register, call Cynde Bloom Lahey, Director of Library Information Services, at 203-899-2780, Ext. 15133, email firstname.lastname@example.org or click here
Norwalk Public Library is at 1 Belden Ave.
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