Sunday, December 15, 2019

MWA Event at NE Mobile Book Fair

For the local chapter of the Mystery Writers of America, we usually have our monthly meeting at the Brookline Library, to which the public is invited.
This one, however, was special, and so we held it at the NE Mobile Book Fair, a local bookstore that has been generous in support of local mystery writers.
It was well attended, and became a holiday party, with ample food and drink and conversation.

Chapter President Mo Walsh makes announcements and gives much thanks to store owner Tom Lyons for his continued support of our writing community.

Dave Zeltserman tells of the latest movie being made from his excellent books.
To see an interview with Dave, click here

To see an interview with Joanna, click here
To see an interview with Bruce, click here

And here's Joanna with Edwin Hill and Tilia Klebenov-Jacobs
To see an interview with Tilia, click here

Gary Braver with Sarah again

Lineup of ladies, including Linda Barnes and Hallie Ephron

A lovely night of good people getting together.
Thanks to everyone who made it a rousing success! 

Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Debut Author Nicole Asselin Book Signing at New Nashua Toadstool Bookstore

We have a new bookstore in Nashua, NH, a Toadstool Bookshop (affiliated with the other ones of that name).

They have not been open long, but are already doing signings for local authors. And they had a good one for debut author Nicole Asselin, a fellow member of Sisters in Crime.
(We'll soon have an interview with Nicole here on the blog, when she gets time from her busy appearance schedule!)

Lovely store, with a nice selection.

And a great opportunity for authors to meet new fans and sign books (in time for the holidays!)

A good crowd came out.

Let's hope Nicole gets lots of fans for her mystery Murder at First Pitch
And that the new bookstore is a rousing success!

Thursday, December 5, 2019

Two new stories out

Happy holidays everyone! To help you celebrate- while you decide which books to buy as gifts this season- here's a couple of new stories of mine you can read for free.

Thanks to Tell-Tale Press!


The Push

Monday, December 2, 2019

Sisters in Crime Holiday Event 2019

Despite the impending Snowpocalypse, we held the Sisters in Crime Holiday Event at the Chelmsford Center For the Arts.
Thanks to Susan Gates and the Center for the community support.

It was a lovely get-together with food, drinks, and good conversation.

Lisa Jackson, here with Chapter President Connie Johnson Hambley, received special thanks for putting this event together, as she has for so many functions in the past number of years.

To see an interview with Connie, click here.

Despite the weather, we had folks come from far and wide across New England.
Here's a group from Maine, including Bruce Robert Coffin and Ed Hunt.
To see an interview with Bruce, click here.

And Arlene Kay, coming in from the Cape.
To see an interview with Arlene, click here

Joanna Schaffhausen brought the family.
To see an interview with Joanna, click here.

Toni (Leigh Perry) Kelner gets a new throne for Sid the Skeleton!
To see an interview with Toni/Leigh, click here.

To see an interview with Tilia, click here.

Mo Walsh and Stephen Kelner bravely sing a holiday ditty penned by one of our attendees.

To see an interview with Edith, click here.

A nice time was had by all.