On Thursday, February 15th, Toronto Sisters in Crime hosts an authors’ reading night at 7:00 p.m. in Room 200 at the Toronto Public Library, Northern District Branch, 40 Orchard View Blvd.
Ten Sisters in Crime will read from their new or upcoming work, including Mmes M. H. Callway, Lisa De Nikolits, Marilyn Kay, Rosemary McCracken and Sylvia Warsh. The meeting is free to members of SinC and non-members are welcome for a $5 admission fee.
Mme Melodie Campbell is a guest on Kristina Stanley’s blog today and shares some great tips about writing!
I’m so pleased to host Melodie Campbell on Mystery Mondays today. Melodie was one of the first authors to connect with me when I started out. She’s generous with her advice. She’s full of encouragement. And she’s an award winning author who also teaches writing.
Check below for Melodie’s newest release, The B-Team. So new, in fact, it just came out this week.
So over to Melodie…
First Person Rocks! Here’s what you need to know about the rules…
By Melodie Campbell
(First published on Sleuthsayers Crime Blog in the U.S., 2017)
The rules, the rules…
Always, in my Sheridan College Crafting a Novel class, beginning students are alarmed to find out there are rules to writing.
I’m not keen on rules in general. After all, I became a writer so I could thumb my nose at reality, right? Control the world of my fiction in a way I…
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