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terry-odell's picture
The sec­ond Sis­ters in Crime spon­sored work­shop was given by Robert Dugoni, and he addressed writ­ing query let­ters and syn­opses. My ini­tial thought was that I’m not likely to be query­ing an agent any time soon, but it occurred to me that writ­ing a...
terry-odell's picture
I’m doing double-duty again today, talk­ing about my edit­ing process at The Blood-Red Pen­cil as well as fin­ish­ing up my recap of Cathy Pick­ens’ Sis­ters in Crime work­shop on the cre­ative process.  Part 1 is here; Part 2 is here. But before I start,...
terry-odell's picture
  Today I’ll cover the more of Cathy Pick­ens’ work­shop on cre­ativ­ity, spon­sored by Sis­ters in Crime. If you missed the first install­ment, it’s here. Pick­ens addressed suc­cess, which, she said, might not be related to raw tal­ent. She sug...
kathleen-heady's picture
  I spent yesterday afternoon hanging out with the reference librarian at Haverford Township Free Library in Pennsylvania. Although spending time at a library is not a new experience, this was a special event. As a member of Sisters in Crime, an organization that promotes writers and...
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I am a long-time member of the Sisters in Crime Guppies on-line chapter. While Guppies stands for "The Great Unpublished," many of us who have become published mystery authors remain in the group because of the close friendships we've made there. As such, I participated in the Guppies...
austin-s-camacho's picture
You know I’m a believer in writer’s organization. I pay my dues to Mystery Writers of America , Private Eye Writers of America, International Thriller Writers, American Independent Writers, the Virginia Writers Club and even the Maryland Writers Association in the next state over. But why would an...