Priscilla Royal will be part of a mystery panel, March 25, in Berkeley from 10 AM to noon, sponsored by the AAUW. Otherwise, she has successfully escaped the modern world for the medieval and is committing fictional murder with joyful abandon in writing her 14th book. Ever so therapeutic!
Ellen Kirschman is still soaking up the sun and good writerly vibes in Hawaii. Next week will be recovery and back to work time.
Camille Minichino is featured on the Eichler Network blog. Gerry Porter, protagonist in the Miniature Mysteries lives in an Eichler and the word spread to the Network blogger. Meanwhile, Camille is trying desperately to follow Ann Parker's layout for these weekly announcements. Come back soon, Ann!
SPECIAL PHOTOS -- LADYKILLERS IN HAWAII!
Finalists for Lefty for Best Historical Mystery Novel (Bruce Alexander Memorial), holding their certificates. In case you don't recognize her in her Island clothes--Our leader, Ann Parker second from left.
NEXT WEEK: CLUTTER MANAGEMENT
Office floor of unknown writer.
Carole Price owns up to her Shakespeare and Ohio State clutter. Does it count as clutter if there are writing books?
More March 20-25 from Camille, Ann, Jean, Mar, and Peggy. Let's see those desktops!