Ellen Kirschman and Marla Cooper will be interviewed by LadyKiller alumna Penny Warner at the Alta Mira Scholarship Mystery tea. Monday, 2/20, at 12:00 noon in the historic Alta Mira House, 561 Lafayette Avenue, San Leandro. $15 supports the scholarship fund. For reservations contact Nancyfong@aol.com or call her at 510.483.1018.
Margaret Lucke is speaking about POV to the Fremont Area Writers, a branch of the California Writers Club. Her talk is called "Whose Head Am I in, Anyway? Mastering the Fine Art of Point of View." Saturday, February 25, 2-4 pm, at DeVry University, 6600 Dumbarton Circle, Fremont, CA. Free and open to the public. More details at http://cwc-fremontareawriters.org/.
Michael A. Black is heading to Ventura, CA, this week for a board meeting to plan the upcoming annual Public Safety Writers conference, scheduled for July 14-17, 2017, in Las Vegas. NV. With Mike involved, we know the conference will be fabulous!
Priscilla Royal is back from Scottsdale, AZ, and working on the 14th book. The cats quickly reminded her that sleep is overrated and getting back to earning cat food money is obligatory.
Ann Parker got the "go-ahead signal" from Poisoned Pen Press to dive into Book #6 of her Silver Rush series. She's got to hit the lap lane fast and swim quickly. She's thinking "discord" might work well somewhere in the title... but time will tell.
Creating a Series: Getting Started
This next week, should they so choose, the LadyKillers will talk about putting it in first gear for a series. It's a different kind of journey!
We invite you to drop by with your favorite cuppa and join the conversation!
A Special Treat on Wednesday...
Also, this Wednesday, Michael A. Black steps in for a special post. He follows in Camille's footsteps of a couple weeks back to take a swing at "Irritating Reads." Mike delivers a knock-out punch, so be sure to check it out!