Bloody Mary with pepper infused vodka or tequila from the Burger Stand.
A plate of eggs benedict with potatoes sits on a table at Mirth Cafe.
Marisco's blue crab benedict is made up of seared crab cakes and two poached eggs on an English muffin topped with hollandaise.
Krista Barbour teaches her sixth grade class at Bishop Seabury Academy about the rules of dialogue.
Sixth grader Wil Johnson concentrates intently on his novel for National Novel Writing Month.
Sixth grader Emily Heinz works on her novel for National Novel Writing Month.
Students in Krista Barbour's class at Bishop Seabury Academy spend about 35 minutes per day working on their novels for National Novel Writing Month. From left, Ian Hannah, Logan Mathis, Ben Miller, Mike Maude with his grandson, Malcolm Maude, Emily Heinz and Siena Casagrande.
Krista Barbour's sixth grade class learns about how snappy dialogue can pick up the speed of a story.
From left, Sara Lundgren, Jason Arnett, Laura Quackenbush and Dianne Williams focus on "sprinting," taking 10 minutes to write as many words for their novels as they can.
Amanda Jaquays chats with her fellow novelists on a Sunday at Dillons. Participants gather each week to work on their National Novel Writing month projects together.
Participants gather at Dillons on Sundays to work on their novels. They do "writing sprints" by blocking off 10 to 15 minutes of time dedicated to writing and working silently.
Aspen Junge prefers to write on paper during National Novel Writing Month. Participants gather at Dillons on Sundays to work on their novels.
Jack Campbell works on his novel for national Novel Writing Month, typing into a NEO Direct. Participants get together at Dillons on Sundays to work on their novels.
August Baker plugs a keyboard into his cellphone to type his novel for National Novel Writing Month. Participants get together at Dillons on Sundays to work on their novels.
Rachel Green takes a break from her day to join the National Novel Writing Month Lawrence group's write-in.