Hello, my name is Ruth Min
Ruth Mini is an author, librarian, and community advocate who has made a name for herself in the literary world with her Young Adult Romance series, “Sad Songs.” The series follows the life and love of a young actress as she navigates the ups and downs of life, love, and the pursuit of her dreams.
Early Love of Literature
Ruth developed a love of literature and storytelling at a young age. She always had a notebook in hand, filled with stories and poems. At just 15 years old, she wrote her first book and by the time she graduated high school at 16, she had already found her calling in the world of literature.
Her love for the arts extends beyond literature; she is an avid movie-goer and true cinephile. This love of cinema is evident in her writing, as she incorporates elements of film into her stories. With her unique blend of literature and film, Ruth Mini is a force to be reckoned with in the literary world.
She has written three books:
Giving Back to the Community
In addition to the bookmobile, Ruth Mini also runs an archive that collects and preserves local history and genealogy. She conducts oral history interviews with members of the community to help them uncover their family’s past and share their stories with future generations.
She began her career as a librarian, where she quickly realized the importance of bringing literature to those who may not have access to it. She dedicated her career to bringing books and stories to underserved communities. This led her to create a bookmobile, a mobile library that travels to different neighborhoods, schools, and community centers to bring books directly to readers. For more information about the Ruth Mini Mobile Library, please check out the library homepage.
Archivist and Librarian
As a library science graduate, Ruth has an in-depth understanding of how to organize, preserve, and make collections accessible to the public. She has also developed a keen interest in oral history and has conducted numerous interviews to capture the stories of her ancestors for future generations. Her oral history project is just one of the many projects she undertakes, and makes up only one section of her archive. Her long-term goal is to open a resource center that makes her family’s history and other special collections more accessible to everyone.
Despite the challenges of starting her own bookmobile and archive, Ruth has never wavered in her dedication to bringing books and stories to people who may not have access to them. She is a strong believer in the power of literature to inspire and change lives, and she is committed to using her platform to promote diversity, representation, and inclusivity in the literary world. She has a growing fanbase who appreciate her dedication and her writing.
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