Category Archives: Upcoming Events

Forensics, Anyone?

HANK PHILLIPPI RYAN: Breaking news, this just in, and all that kind of stuff. Are you going to Bouchercon? Have you seen this? This is going to be the most fabulous session on forensics you’ll ever encounter—the amazing Jan Burke … Continue reading

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Resource for writers – live chats every Sunday night

If you’d look to meet published authors, connect with other writers, or just have something new online to do on Sunday or Wednesday evenings, I can recommend The Writer’s Chatroom (TWC). I’ve been a moderator for the past 5 or so … Continue reading

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More tips for attending a writer’s conference

If you’re a writer, attending writers’ conferences can benefit your efforts to be successful. Conferences are offered throughout the country each year. Each is unique. You’ll find some that offer a little bit of everything for writers at every level. … Continue reading

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Eat, listen and be happy

Very rarely do two such excellent things come together at the same time as they will Thursday night, when Walker Memorial Library  in Westbrook, Maine, hosts “Cookies & Crime.” Yes, you read that right. Cookies. And Crime. What’s not to like? … Continue reading

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The Fast and the excellent: This week’s SINCNE good news

For our good news highlight of the week, we are thrilled to report member Kat Fast won first place in the Bethlehem Writers Roundtable 2013 Short Story Contest. Kat’s story, “Ave Maria,” will appear in the anthology “Once Around the … Continue reading

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Crime Bake registration is open!

It’s hard to think about November in May. I know, I know. You don’t want me to make you. But tear your eyes for a minute from those tulips sprouting out front and imagine the cold, dead trees, the wind … Continue reading

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New Englanders: Get out and READ (or be read to) this weekend!

The New England chapter of Sisters in Crime is hold six Murder by the Minute reads across the region — even in New York! — this weekend. It’s a great event, and the readers would love to see you there. … Continue reading

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Want to make March bearable? Get yourself to the weekend read.

Anyone who’s lived in New England for any amount of time knows March doesn’t have a lot to recommend it. Winter’s getting old, real old. Spring is nowhere close, even if you live in the relatively tropic climes of Connecticut … Continue reading

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Mary Buckham Interview

In a just few days, SinCNE will proudly sponsor a specially adapted Mary Buckham online class: Pacing: How to Create a Page Turning Mystery Manuscript. If you haven’t already signed up, do so here: Mary is an award-winning romantic-suspense … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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