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Zoom event given by the Pembroke Public Library
In this fun, fast-paced improv game,a virtual event on Zoom, authors, Gary Braver, Judy Copek, Julie Hennrikus, and Leslie Wheeler will plot a brand new mystery on their feet, using suggestions from the audience, and in the process, reveal how mystery authors‘ minds work.
Zoom event given by A Freethinker's Corner
In this fun, fast-paced improv game, a virtual event on Zoom, authors, Coralie Jensen,Linda Shenton Matchett, Maureen Milliken, and Dale T. Phillips, will brainstorm to construct a brand new mystery using suggestions from the audience.
Zoom virtual event given by the Tewksbury
Public Library. Link to join available upon request.
Authors, Matty Dalrymple, Beth Kanell,and Sarah Smith, will discuss the different ways authors can promote their work in the current market.
Authors,Gary Goshgarian (aka Braver), Susan Oleksiw, Sarah Smith, and Ursula Wong, will discuss the steps they took in bringing their books to life--from getting an agent and a large press offer to deciding to go with a small press, or to self publish.
Wilmington Memorial Library (virtual event, link given upon request to email@example.com)
In the fun, fast-paced improv virtual event, authors, Connie Hambley, Edith Maxwell, Dale T. Phillips, and Lorraine Sharma Nelson, will brain storm to create a brand new mystery, using suggestions from the audience.
Musician, mystery author, and intuitive life coach, Carolyn Wilkins, will discuss her latest mystery, Death at a Seance, and offer a demonstration of mediumship that includes piano music (if possible), and psychic readings for audience members.
Authors, Sharon Daynard, Jeannette de Beauvoir,Arlene Kay, and Sharon Healy-Yang, will discuss how they and other women authors are redefining the genre by creating strong women characters who balance relationships and careers, leap over sexist obstacles and rescue themselves from danger.
Agatha and Edgar-nominated author of the acclaimed Hester Thursby novels, Edwin Hill, will discuss his two books, Little Comfort, and The Missing Ones.
This event has been postponed until October 15, 2020.