"The Modern Historical"

Where: Marstons Mills Public Library, 2160 Main Street, Marstons Mills, MA 02648
When: 05/14/2016

Edith Maxwell, Barbara Struna, and Leslie Wheeler discuss how they research and write their historical novels.

"Using What You Know (And What You'd Like to Know) to Write a Mystery"

Where: New Milford Public Library, 24 Main Street, New Milford, CT 06776
When: 05/18/2016

Marian Lanouette, Steve Liskow, and Carole Shurmak will discuss how they combine real-life experiences with research in writing their mysteries.

"Murder Around The World"

Where: Lincoln Public Library, 22 Church Street, Lincoln, NH 03251
When: 05/18/2016

Susan Oleksiw and Coralie Jensen will discuss writing mysteries set in global locations--Susan's in India and Coralie's in Italy and Canada.

"We're Not Making This Up"

Where: Philip Read Memorial Library, 1088 Rt. 12A, Plainfield, NH 03781
When: 05/21/2016

Ellen Perry Berkeley, Sharon Healy-Yang, and Kevin V. Symmons will discuss how they use real-life events and experiences in their books.

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

Where: Bigelow Free Library, 54 Walnut Street, Clinton, MA 01510
When: 05/26/2016

Steven Marini, Edith Maxwell, and Clea Simon will discuss the various sources of inspiration for their books and other aspects of mystery writing.

"Breaking into Crime Fiction"

Where: Leominster Public Library, 30 West Street, Leominster, MA 01453
When: 06/02/2016

Literary agent, Paula Munier, and first-time authors, Bruce Robert Coffin and C. Michele Dorsey, will offer their perspectives on how to get into mystery writing. (Funding for this Sisters in Crime event has been provided by McCarty Consulting LLC.)

Perfecting Your Author Presentation by Hank Phillippi Ryan

Where: Boston College High, 150 Morrissey Boulevard, Boston, Massachusetts 02125
When: 06/26/2016

Calling all published and as-yet-unpublished authors! Get ready for the fun in-person promotion work to begin!


"It's a Mystery to Me"

Where: Gilford Public Library, 31 Potter Hill Road, Gilford, NH 03249
When: 07/26/2016

Debi Graham-Leard, ME Kemp, and Joy Seymour will take part in a "nuts and bolts" panel, covering everything from getting that first idea, creating characters, plotting, and research to the daily schedule that gets the book written.

Mystery Author Presentation

Where: Curtis Memorial Library, 23 Pleasant Street, Brunswick, ME
When: 09/06/2016

Leslie Meier will discuss her books as part of the Curtis Memorial Library's Fall Mystery Author Series.

Mystery Author Presentation

Where: Curtis Memorial Library, 23 Main Street, Brunswick, Maine
When: 10/07/2016

Amy Ray will discuss her debut mystery novel as part of the Curtis Memorial Library's Fall Mystery Author Series.