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August, 2020

Tuesday
11
"Down Time" podcast presented by the Cranston, Rhode Island Public Library
12:00 PM
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Authors, Frances McNamara and Joanna Schaffhausen will join librarian Tayla Cardillo for a discussion of how women authors are redefining the genre by creating strong women characters. McNamara will speak from her perspective as an author of historical mysteries, featuring a "New Woman" of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, while Schaffhausen will offer her thoughts as the author of contemporary crime novels, featuring a woman police officer who works with a male FBI profiler.
Saturday
15
A virtual event presented by A Freethinker's Corner in conjunction with Sisters in Crime New England
2:00 PM
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In this virtual event,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.
Thursday
20
Wilmington Memorial Library (virtual event, link given upon request to lesliewheeler@comcast.net)
7:00 PM
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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.

September, 2020

Wednesday
9
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To make money selling your indie mystery, you must make a great impression in the digital marketplace. Learn how to use your Amazon product page to sell more books by optimizing your book description and targeting your subgenre. You’ll also learn how to get the mysterious Amazon algorithm to deliver buyers to you. Let go of traditional book marketing techniques and think indie!
Tuesday
15
Virtual event presented by the Curtis Memorial Library in conjunction with SinC/NE
7:00 PM
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In this virtual event, 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.
Saturday
19
Virtual event presented by A Freethinker's Corner in conjunction with SinC/NE
2:00 PM
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In this virtual event, 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.
Tuesday
29
Virtual event presented by the Curtis Memorial Library in conjunction with SinC/NE
7:00 PM
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In this virtual event, Agatha and Edgar-nominated author of the acclaimed Hester Thursby novels, Edwin Hill, will discuss his two books, Little Comfort, The Missing Ones, and offer a preview of the third book, Watch Her! which releases in December 2020.

October, 2020

Thursday
15
Groton Public Library
7:00 PM
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This event has been postponed until October 15, 2020.
Thursday
29
Virtual event presented by the Pembroke Public Library in conjunction with SinC/NE
7:00 PM
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In this virtual event, authors, Judy Copek, Gary Goshgarian (aka Braver), Julie Hennrikus, and Leslie Wheeler will take part in a fun, fast-paced improv game to create a brand-new mystery,using suggestions from the audience, and in the process offer insights into how mystery authors‘ brains work.