Local authors Chris Goff, Jennifer Kincheloe, Nora Page and Mary Birk at the ALA Last weekend (10 days ago, now) I spent an afternoon meeting librarians and readers at the ALA conference in Denver. I had a blast hanging out with the talented Shawn Maguire and managed to scare off only a few librarians. I made a…… Continue reading A great time at the ALA and Rockrimmon Branch Library
Are you a librarian? Are you coming to the ALA meeting in Denver next week? I’ll be at the Sisters in Crime- Colorado booth at the ALA in two weeks. I’ll be there Sunday, February 11, from 3-5 p.m, but a whole bunch of my fantastic Sisters in Crime will be there over the weekend. Please come say…… Continue reading Come say hi at the ALA
I’m over at Karen’s Killer Book Bench today with an excerpt from Lost Things and a giveaway. Come say hello! This is not a book bench.
Last the weekend I had a chance to hear Sherry Thomas (author of the Lady Sherlock series, which is high on my to-be-read pile) and Diana Gabaldon (author of the Outlander series) speak at the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writer’s Colorado Gold conference. They both gave great talks. Dr. Gabaldon gave several writing workshops as well as…… Continue reading Art requires sacrifice
Karen’s Killer Book Bench Karen’s Killer Book Bench is featuring The Match today! I’m giving away 3 copies of The Match (with an option for the first paperback copies, if that’s your preference) from Karen’s site today. Be sure to check it out!
I had a blast at the Mystery, Murder and Mayhem event at MSU on Tuesday. Not only was it an honor to be one of the Sisters in Crime readers (along with Jools Sinclar, Karen Docter, Peg Brantley and Becky Martinez), but I was blown away by the open mic time with the students and attendees. …… Continue reading So much fun!