Here’s the latest news on how to participate in the Q&A this coming Saturday!
Hi, everyone. We’re doing something a little different for our meeting on 11/21/20, 10:30 AM, with Laurie R. King. We’re taking questions in advance so that we can be well-organized and make the best use of our time. You can not only submit your own question, but you can vote on those already submitted. The Pigeonhole system automatically puts the most popular question(s) at the top of the list. To submit your question, just go to www.pigeonhole.at and enter pass code COASTAL1121. If you haven’t pre-registered, now’s a great time to sign up athttps://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEvc-moqj8uH9SKJKktykhtlTayjm_xa5hx I look forward to seeing all dog you on Saturday!
Sharon E. Cathcart Award-Winning Historical Fiction Author Member, Historical Novel Society & Sisters in Crime
A new sponsor for NaNoWriMo 2020 is Sisters in Crime. Are you writing a mystery? Are you interested in the techniques of good storytelling and the insight from a master of suspense? This event is for you!
Date: Saturday NOVEMBER 21
Time: 10:30 – 12:00
Topic: In Conversation with Laurie R. King. An informal Q&A session.
Laurie R. King is the New York Times bestselling author of 27 novels and other works, including the Mary Russell-Sherlock Holmes stories. She is probably the only writer to have both an Edgar and an honorary doctorate in theology. She spent her childhood reading her way through libraries up and down the West Coast; her middle years raising children, renovating houses, traveling the world, and doing a BA and MA in theology. King now lives a genteel life of crime, on California’s central coast, and is a founding member of Coastal Cruisers.
Please contact chapter social media liaison Victoria Kazarian, firstname.lastname@example.org, to register. Zoom information will be sent out prior to the meeting.
I'm a professional writer living in Northern California with my husband and two sons. Fantasy in various forms is my reading and writing pleasure. I'm a history buff, a Japanophile, and I love to learn about language(s). I enjoy making jewelry, using natural materials such as wood, bone, semiprecious stones, and seashells. I collect bookmarks and wind chimes.