Events

Brown Bag event with library grant presentation

Where: Framingham Public Library, 49 Lexington Street, Framingham, MA 01707
When: 08/04/2017

Authors, Lisa Lieberman, Susan Oleksiw, and Carolyn Wilkins will discuss and read from their books at a Brown Bag Learning series event, held in conjunction with the presentation of Sisters in Crime's "I Love Libraries" grant award to the Framingham Public Library.

Online workshop: Building a Character with Ramona DeFelice Long

Where: Online
When: 08/06/2017

Sisters in Crime New England is happy to offer members a free week-long online summer workshop on developing characters.

About the workshop:

Building a Character is a 7-day, hands-on workshop to guide writers in crafting well-rounded and intriguing lead characters...

Fall Mystery Author Series at the Curtis Memorial Library, I

Where: Curtis Memorial Library, 23 Pleasant Street, Brunswick, ME 04011
When: 09/05/2017

Gayle Lynds will talk about her thrillers--where she gets her ideas and how she writes her books at this first in the series of mystery authors presentations at the Curtis Memorial Library.

Fall Mystery Author Series at the Curtis Memorial Library, II

Where: Curtis Memorial Library, 23 Pleasant Street, Brunswick, ME 04011
When: 10/03/2017

Susan Oleksiw will talk about her books--where she gets her ideas and how she writes them as part of the Curtis Memorial Library Author Series.

"Stealing From the Dead--Ideas and Where We Get Them"

Where: Jamestown Philomenian Library, 26 North Road, Jamestown, RI
When: 10/19/2017

Robin H. Ray, Clea Simon, and Leslie Wheeler will discuss the varied sources of inspiration for their mystery novels.

Mystery Making: How They Do It!

Where: M.G. Parker Memorial Library, 28 Arlington Street, Dracut, MA 01826
When: 11/04/2017

Sheila Connolly, Hallie Ephron, Hank Phillippi Ryan, and Barbara Ross will present a reprise of their hugely successful interactive workshop on how they, as authors writing in the different sub-genres of suspense and cozies, create mysteries from randomly selected pieces of information.