Due to technical difficulties, I will need to change the Give Me Chocolate launch location. Will keep you posted! Thank you Kelly Clark Mystery fans!
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A big thank you to all who came out to the Weaving Dreams/True Grit 2012 Author Fair at The Naperville Library on 11/3/12. It was great to see a nice group of readers come out to support us and hear our talks on our latest projects. My “Give Me Chocolate-Sneak Preview” presentation went well. I’m attaching some pictures
I am starting a mailing list for Kelly Clark Mystery. This way I will be able to keep everyone posted on launch parties and book signings. Please feel free to contact me via email email@example.com or facebook if you are interested in being added to the list. If you want to include your home address
Attended my first Sisters In Crime meeting for the Chicagoland Chapter this past Saturday, October 15th at the Schaumburg Library. This meeting featured Chicago-area mystery authors leading workshops on various aspects of the writing craft: creating memorable characters(Gail Lukasik); handling point-of-view(Michael Allen Dymmoch); crafting suspense(Patricia Rosemoor-my former writing instructor at Columbia College) and writing killer
On 9/19/12, I had the opportunity to attend Helen Macie Osterman’s launch party for her new book, Emma Winberry and The Evil Eye: A Prequel. Besides giving a very enthralling synopsis of the book, she also served great snacks. Great job, Helen! The event was held at the Palos Health and Fitness Center in Orland
November 3, 2012 Weaving Dreams Publishing/True Grit Publishing Author Fair to be held at the Naperville 95th Street Library; 3015 Cedar Glade; Naperville, IL. I will be discussing, GIVE ME CHOCOLATE, the first book in the upcoming Kelly Clark Mystery series due for release April 2013. I will also be on a question and answer
Graduation from Citizen’s Police Academy! Pictured: Sgt. John Grimes, Annie Hansen and Sheriff Perez. The class was fantastic. I would highly recommend it to fellow crime writers. Lots of great material for stories and very knowledgeable, friendly group at the Sheriff’s Office. A special thank you to Sgt. John Grimes for answering all my technical