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October, 2018

Tuesday
16
Pelham Public Library
7:00 PM
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Dale Phillips will discuss the nuts and bolts of writing a mystery from getting that first idea, creating characters,plotting, doing research, and the daily schedule that gets the book written.

November, 2018

Friday
9
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Premier writers‘ conference sponsored by Sisters in Crime New England and Mystery Writers of America. Guest of Honor for 2018 is Walter Mosley, best-selling author and winner of the O. Henry Award, Grammy and PEN America’s Lifetime Achievement Award
Saturday
10
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Premier writers‘ conference sponsored by Sisters in Crime New England and Mystery Writers of America. Guest of Honor for 2018 is Walter Mosley, best-selling author and winner of the O. Henry Award, Grammy and PEN America’s Lifetime Achievement Award
Sunday
11
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Premier writers‘ conference sponsored by Sisters in Crime New England and Mystery Writers of America. Guest of Honor for 2018 is Walter Mosley, best-selling author and winner of the O. Henry Award, Grammy and PEN America’s Lifetime Achievement Award
Tuesday
20
Tewksbury Public Library
7:00 PM
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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.

December, 2018

Thursday
13
Somerville Public Library, East Branch
7:00 PM
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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.