The Anatomy of an Event

I was looped into the end of the planning cycle for our September 29 event at the Mark Twain House. Panelists, tour timing, lunch, travel. Everything was discussed, thought through, and put in place. What an amazing team we have here at SinCNE. And what an action packed day they have planned for the 29th. The plan? We will meet at the Mark Twain House, have lunch (included), enjoy a panel on “Putting Romance into Your Mystery and Mystery into Your Romance” with four prominent Connecticut authors, Lori Avocato, Lucy Burdette/Roberta Isleib, Rosemary Harris and Marian Lanouette, and take a guided tour of the house. All for $20.

And that doesn’t include the best part of these SinCNE events–the chance to see each other and talk. I always find these opportunities exhausting, but invigorating. And I look forward to seeing some of our Connecticut sisters.

Anyone interested in carpooling? We will probably be discussing it on the yahoo group, but feel free to comment here as well.

There is limited space for the event, so go here and sign up!


About JH Authors

J.A. (Julie) Hennrikus writes the Clock Shop Mystery Series (JUST KILLING TIME (2015), CLOCK AND DAGGER (2016), CHIME AND PUNISHMENT(2017)) under the name Julianne Holmes, the Theater Cop series (A CHRISTMAS PERIL(2017)) as J.A. Hennrikus, and the upcoming Garden Squad series as Julia Henry. Julie is an arts administrator and arts advocate. She tweets her writing life as @JHAuthors, and her other life as @JulieHennrikus. She is on Instagram as @JAHenn. Her website is, and she blogs with and
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