Saturday, August 20, 2016

Suspense Author Lisa Scottoline Comes to Chelmsford

We had a lovely visit from NY Times Best-Selling author Lisa Scottoline, who came as part of a grant for our town library. The crowd was so big, they held it at the High School Performing Arts Center. Regrettably, the air conditioning was not working, so we sweltered, but the intrepid Lisa didn't slow down even a bit. She said that with the heat, now we all knew what menopause was like!

Here's Lisa with Becky Hermann of the Chelmsford Library, who emceed the program.

If Lisa stops writing, she can continue as a stand-up comedienne and storyteller, for she spun more than an hour of entertaining stories for the enthusiastic crowd, then answered questions about her writing.

Afterward, she signed books for a long line of fans, and was gracious enough to pose for a picture and ask that the hard-working Becky join her.

Fun night, and a great opportunity to see someone who has turned her life stories into entertaining books.

1 comment:

  1. Darn wish I'd known! She was keynote at my first ever Crime Bake. Fabulous.