NEWS (of this and that and the other) and New LadyKiller, incoming!
Ellen Kirschman’s interview with Laura Brennan of Destination Mystery is live. Here’s the link: http://destinationmystery.com/episode-32-ellen-kirschman/.
Camille Minichino is setting up classes and appearances for spring, including a special lecture in March on 10 Great Women in Science. Catch up on Hypatia (5 AD) and Grace Hopper, 20th century computer scientist.
<Mar Preston's new book, The Most Dangerous Species, is inching its way toward publication. She adds, "It’s been so long birthing it hardly feels like news, but it’s a big deal to me."
Ann Parker is tossing caution to the wind and writing a savage short story of revenge. She notes that it will probably never see the light of day, but adds it feels really good to lay of path of death and destruction...just for fun, ya know.
Priscilla Royal is in the throes of nowhere land over the Great Bathroom Demolition Project which is great inspiration for coming up with the plot for next mystery....
We have a new LadyKiller joining us: Jean Rabe! We'll do a proper introduction next Sunday, when we are less stupefied from an overabundance of turkey, but for now you can visit her website for more information about her and her books... and here is a bit of great news from Jean:
Jean Rabe's new mystery, The Dead of Winter, is short-listed for "The 50 Best Indie Books of 2016." Visit www.readfree.ly to vote for The Dead of Winter in the Mystery/Thriller category.
It's time for topic pairings! For this week, it is:
Stayed tuned as we explore the two emotions, in fiction and elsewhere...