- Join us Monday in welcoming honored guest Gigi Pandian, a killer author in the very best sense of the word! Be sure to drop in and see read Gigi's engaging post on Classic Detective Fiction: Whodunit Puzzle Plots.
- Terry Shames will be in Dallas at Barnes and Noble Lincoln Park at 2PM Saturday the 24th, and San Antonio Barnes and Noble La Cantera at 2PM Sunday the 25th, for readings of A KILLING AT COTTON HILL.
- Pat Morin has finished her full-length play, TALKING TO THE BETTA! And if that isn't enough, the New York energy, and heat that keeps her inside has led to the completion of her novel Seniors Inc. (the fourth draft she says). Her readers will be getting the book on Tuesday. Go, Pat, go!!!
- Mysti Berry graduated from the Writer's Homicide School and now can no longer plead ignorance of the law! She also promised instructor Derek Pacifico that she'd find a fun way to show just how much paperwork a detective has to do.
Think back, way back...
Memory. When does the present become the past? When does the past fade into nothing, not even a memory? And where the heck did I put that post-it with all my to-dos?
Some quotes to ponder about our next topic, MEMORY:
“If you tell the truth, you don't have to remember anything.” ~ Mark Twain
“One of the keys to happiness is a bad memory.” ~ Rita Mae Brown