Learn to write in the library

If you thought that libraries were just places you could go and find material to read, think again. It seems that libraries help you to write too. Author Ray Bradbury found the typewriters* and quiet in his local university library were perfect for him to write his book Fahrenheit 451. Bradbury said:

"It was so exciting to write in a library, in a place where the spirits of great authors impinged my soul."

So, all you budding writers in Monaco and on the Cote d'Azur, get yourselves down to your local library.

* A typewriter is a machine that people used to write with before computers existed.