Sisters in Crime
It’s that time again! The Southern Festival of Books is scheduled for October 13-15 in downtown Nashville, at the Legislative Plaza and Nashville Public Library. It’s a wonderful FREE event for readers and writers.
I’ll be on two panels:
- “Sisters in Crime” Friday, Oct. 13, 1:30-3:00 with other “Sisters.” It will take place at the Public Library, Conference Room 1B.
- “Plotting the Perfect Mystery Novel” Saturday, Oct. 14, 12:00-1:00. This one will be at the Teen Center.
Book signing will follow these sessions. I’ll be talking about Secrets and Shamrocks, my latest mystery.
Check out the Southern Festival website for more information.
Please join me at these events!
It’s that time again! Writers of mystery, thrillers, crime – everything related – look forward to this weekend in August. Dates this year are August 25-27. I am on a panel about true crime, talking about An Unfinished Canvas and A Season of Darkness, books I co-authored that followed two high-profile crimes in Nashville. Conference information is available at www.killernashville.com if you’re interested in the full schedule.
Fun! Thanks to all who came inside on such a beautiful spring day.
My first audiobook!
“Lost Innocence” was a narrative I wrote for an anthology of true crime stories in the Twentieth Century. My story tells of the Marcia Trimble murder, which shook Nashville to its core in 1975 and was not solved for more than three decades.
The tragic story appears in its entirety in A Season of Darkness (Berkley, 2009), co-authored with Doug Jones. The abbreviated version, along with more than a dozen true crime stories, appears in Masters of True Crime (Prometheus, 2012).
It was exciting to hear the reading on the audiobook!
Please put Sunday, April 9, 2:00 p.m. on your calendar!
I will be at Parnassus Bookstore. Join me at this charming venue to visit with other writers and readers, enjoy some shamrock cookies, and talk about Secrets and Shamrocks. I am interested to hear your comments. I will read a couple of excerpts and answer your questions.
Excited to see my memoir of the epic flood of 2010: “What We Keep, What We Throw Away,” published in 2 Bridges Review!
This was Caroline and Luke’s front yard.
Two weeks before Christmas, Barnes & Noble was packed. About 50 people came to the signing and we enjoy Irish music, shamrock cookies, and visiting! Thanks to all of you who were there!