Today I’m honored to be up on Type M for Murder where I discuss what every writer needs or wants for the holidays. Books on writing! Actually, that’s a lie. At least for me it is.
A fantastic book (so I hear) that I am sadly not reading.
Thank you to Sybil Johnson, fellow former SinC/LA board member and frequent lunch pal, for the opportunity to babble on Type M.
The event at the Manhattan Beach Library Monday night 10/17 was really fun. Lida Sideris, Sybil Johnson, Jennifer Chow, and I discussed writing mysteries in the South Bay. We all live in the South Bay except for Lida who I didn’t realize grew up in Hermosa Beach.
Here are some pics. Manhattan Beach Library is a beautiful recently-renovated library.
Thanks to all who came!
Sybil Johnson and I had a fantastic time talking to the book club at the Wiseburn Library in Hawthorne. What a wonderful lively group! We started off discussing our takes on what “light” and “dark” crime fiction is, but they wanted to know more about us and our writing process / journey. Imagine that. Thank you for a fun evening, ladies! And thank you to Wiseburn for being such gracious hosts.
Fellow mystery author and Sisters in Crime / LA member Sybil Johnson will be joining me at the Wiseburn Library in Hawthorne on Thursday, September 8, 2016 at 6:30pm to discuss the Light and Dark of Crime Fiction. In case you’re unsure what side I’m on, ask FINN.
Book sales and signing will be at 6:30 and the discussion begins at 7:00pm. Hope to see many of you there!