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August 17, 2010

Becoming a Pilot Program August 19


The sky's the limit! Have you always been interested in learning how to fly?

Professional flight instructors from Air Orlando will answer your questions about becoming a pilot, whether you are interested in obtaining your private license or becoming a commercial pilot. Learn about costs, time commitment and technical advancements that have made personal flying safer than ever before. Find out more more about Air Orlando Aviation at http://www.flyairorlando.com/.

Arrive early and enter for a chance to win a free 30-minute discovery flight from Air Orlando!

If you can't make this presentation, take part in a webinar on Saturday, August 21 at 10 a.m. To register, please go to http://www.flyairorlando.com/webinar/.

For more program information, call 407.835.7323

Thursday, August 19
7:00 p.m.
Southwest Branch Library

August 10, 2010

Southwest Book Club Meets August 17


The Southwest Book Club will meet on Tuesday, August 17, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. at the Southwest Library to discuss the Zachary Chasteen mystery series by Florida author, Bob Morris. A mixture of mystery and humor, his books can be described as seriocomic thrillers which take place in Florida and the Caribbean. Though a series, each novel can be read as a stand-alone.

Anyone age 18 or older is welcome to attend. The book club meets monthly at the Southwest Branch Library. For more information, please call 407.835.7323 or email southwest@ocls.info

Copies of this book may be reserved for home delivery or location pick-up at http://www.ocls.info

For more information, please call 407.835.7323 or email southwest@ocls.info

Discussion Questions
If you are unable to attend the meeting or you would like to join our discussion, you can share your thoughts or respond to the discussion questions below. Simply click "Comments" located at the bottom of this post. Join the discussion!

1. Overall, how did you experience the book while reading it? Were you immediately drawn into the story or did it take a while? Did the book intrigue, amuse, disturb, alienate or irritate you?

2. Did you find the characters convincing or believable? Fully developed as complex human beings?

3. Was the plot well-developed? Believable?

4. Discuss the mystery aspect of the plotline. How effective is the author's use of plot twists and red herrings? Were you able to predict certain things before they happened or did the author keep you guessing until the end of the story?

5. If you read other books in the Zachary Chasteen series, how does this book stack up against others in the series?

Questions obtained from http://litlovers.com/questions_f.htm and http://readinggroupguides.com/no_guide/guide_mystery_thriller.asp