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Panelists,Sheila Connolly,Sharon Healy-Yang, and Gina Fava, will discuss how they use their own life experiences, combined with research into areas they‘ve always wanted to know about, to write compelling mysteries.
SinC/NE members, Emily Arsenault and Kate Flora, will join local author Dave Hanrahan for a panel that provides an overview of how to write a mystery.
Chelmsford Center for the Arts
Come join the New England chapter of Sisters in Crime (SinCNE), a group of writers and fans of the mystery genre, for our annual holiday event. Help solve an on-the-spot murder mystery while sharing in holiday cheer (food and drinks).
In this fun, fast-paced, and fascinating improv game , authors, Elisabeth Elo, Lisa Lieberman,Arlene Kay, and Maureen Milliken, will brainstorm on their feet to create a brand new mystery using suggestions provided by the audience.
Somerville Public Library, East Branch
In this interactive, improv event, suspense/thriller authors,Hank Phillippi Ryan and Ray Daniel,and cozy/traditional authors, Edith Maxwell and Carolyn Wilkins, will construct plots using information randomly selected by the audience.
Authors,Steve Liskow and Sarah Smith, will talk about how they learned to best publicize their books, including blogging, use of social media, planning events,and making videos.
Burlington Public Library
In this fun, fast-paced, fascinating improv game, authors, Hank Phillippi Ryan, Gary Braver, Toni Kelner, and Marian Stanley will brainstorm on their feet to create a brand new mystery using suggestions from the audience.
Authors,Judy Copek,Coralie Jensen,and Barbara Struna will talk about how they use the techniques of the historical mystery to look at their readers‘ history and their own.