Tag Archives: Caro Soles

MESDAMES ON THE MOVE: NOVEMBER

13 CLAWS LAUNCH A BIG SUCCESS! 13 Claws launched with great success at Sleuth of Baker Street on Sat, Oct 28th.  A big thank you to our friends and fans who came out to celebrate with us. A full report and … Continue reading

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Mesdames Abroad Part 3: Follow Your Love

This is the third in our series of travel blogs by the Mesdames. This month we feature Mme. Caro Soles, whose most recent novel, A Friend of Mr. Nijinsky, was published this spring. Here  Caro shares her  passion for opera and … Continue reading

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Mesdames on the Move: June 2017

June is a busy month for the Mesdames leading up to our summer break when we’ll be doing what authors do – WRITING!  Things get super-hot again in the fall with Word on the Street and Bouchercon 2017, the crime fiction world conference. And of course, the launch of our latest … Continue reading

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HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM THE MESDAMES!

  This year, 2016, was another terrific year for the Mesdames with several new books and short stories published! We love our readers – we wouldn’t be here without you. There’s no greater reward than hearing: “I loved your characters – I couldn’t … Continue reading

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Mesdames on the Move-June

BIG NEWS! The Arthur Ellis Awards were held at the Arts and Letters Club, Toronto on Thursday, May 26th. Most of of the Mesdames were there to celebrate: Mmes Cathy Astolfo, Rosemary Aubert, M. H. Callway, Melodie Campbell, Donna Carrick, … Continue reading

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Sex in Fiction ~ Caro Soles, December 3, 2013

There is a word in the English language that is capable of turning perfectly articulate people into stammering, red-faced teenaged versions of their adult selves. I found this out early when I began teaching the Writing a Novel course I … Continue reading

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