"A month after it was launched, the One Book, One Community program, which had hoped to get the whole county reading and discussing "To Kill a Mockingbird," is still struggling to take flight."
"While most of One Book's schedule focuses on discussion groups and film showings at libraries and bookstores, several events scheduled this month were aimed at drawing bigger audiences and they have been canceled."
"It just seems to be a nonevent," said Shelia Fisher, president of the Friends of the Carnegie Library and a member of the organizing committee. "It's just not making a big hit and that's too bad. It has a lot of potential." (from The Post-Gazette via Waterboro Lib Blog)