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Connie Jasperson interviewed me about my plotting techniques after attending my writing workshop at the Southwest Washington Writers Conference.  You can read it here.

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I am emceeing Danville Ladies Club’s BOOK ALIVE event next week. If you’re local, check out the flyer. ALL the signup details are on them.

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I’m on a mini book tour this September. I’ll be traveling around Washington for a few events and I hope you can join for one of them. Here’s where I’ll be:

September 8th: I’m the keynote speaker at this year’s Southwest Washington Writers’ Conference, at Centralia College in lovely Centralia, WA. If you’d like to attend the conference or be at the book signing, let me know.

September 9th: Noon in Seattle. I will be entertaining a mystery book club. This is a super secret event. If you’d like to attend drop me a line.

September 10th: South Hill Library at 7:00pm. I’m the topic of the library’s Book Discussion Group in Puyallup (where my wife grew up). It’s open to the public and all are welcome. Details here.

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There’s a 2nd edition of La Ragazza Senza Passato (The Italian version of THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY) from Newton Compton with a slightly tweaked cover.

Hopefully, they’ll remember to send me a copy.

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I’m on a mini book tour this September.  I’ll be traveling around Washington for a few events and I hope you can join for one of them.  Here’s where I’ll be:

September 8th: I’m the keynote speaker at this year’s Southwest Washington Writers’ Conference, at Centralia College in lovely Centralia, WA.  If you’d like to attend the conference or be at the book signing, let me know.

September 9th: Noon in Seattle.  I will be entertaining a mystery book club.  This is a super secret event.  If you’d like to attend drop me a line.

September 10th: South Hill Library at 7:00pm.  I’m the topic of the library’s Book Discussion Group in Puyallup (where my wife grew up).  It’s open to the public and all are welcome.  Details here.

 

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Acclaimed Science Fiction writer, Harlan Ellison, died last week.  He was a legend for two reasons–his writing and abrasive personality.  He was a force of nature that was hard to withstand.  I met only once.  We appeared on a panel together in 2005.  It was the most intense hour’s of my life (the picture is of me after the panel).  He called me “a fucking idiot” but I made him laugh too.  What made me run afoul of him only to turn it around moments later I haven’t told many people out of fear it would get back to Harlan.  Now he’s gone, I can share what happened, what was said and the secret I never told.  There are thousands of anecdotes about Harlan and this one is mine.  You can listen to it below.  I hope you like it.

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Please enjoy this “Shelfie” as it represents twenty years of writing (although not twenty years of being published). It does look like I am going to need a bigger set of bookshelves.   🙂

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I’m going to be at this year’s Left Coast Crime convention held the world’s biggest little city Reno!! This is my appearance schedule.

I Get a Kick Out of You: How Much Violence Is Too Much?
With Robin Burcell,  Parnell Hall,  David Putnam, Travis Richardson and with me moderating.
Friday, March 23rd, 11:30am-12:15pm

Simon Wood’s Life as a Casino Private Investigator
This is a special event open to six people only. Sign up here.
Friday, March 23rd, 12:30pm-1:30pm

I Gotta Be Me: Self, Traditional & Hybrid Publishing Options
With H.S. Clark (Moderator), Colleen Dunn Bates, Heather Haven, Sheila Simonson and me
Saturday, March 24th, 10:15am-11:00am

The Not So Secret Life of Authors 
With Lou Berney, Bill Fitzhugh, Linda Joffe Hull, Christa Faust, Catriona McPherson and with me emceeing
Saturday, March 24th, 5:15pm-6:00pm

If you’re coming, I do hope you’ll by and say hi.

 

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