DANGEROUS DUPLICITY BOOK LAUNCH WAS A HUGE SUCCESS!!!
Mystery, Mayhem and Suspense
Local Writers Share Their Secrets
Next Saturday! September 6th
Placerville Library, 345 Fair Lane.
Autumn is approaching! It’s time to curl up by the fire with a new mystery or suspense. If you love “whodunit” mysteries and suspense, you won’t want to miss learning “howdunit.”
Four published local authors will speak, sharing their secrets for writing popular genres.
Sherry Joyce: The Dordogne Deception. A former Silicon Valley Vice President of Human Resources, Sherry Joyce owns a design business, is a feature writer for a local magazine and enjoys writing suspense. Sherry served as a panelist at the “Calamari Crime Left Coast Crime” convention in Monterey in March 2014. Sherry Joyce has received professional acclaim from Beth Ruyak, Host “Insight” Capital Public Radio (NPR); Wendy Schultz, Staff Writer, Mountain Democrat; Publisher, au Château News, Book Viral and San Francisco Book Review
Cindy Sample: Dying for a Date, Dying for a Dance (2012 Lefty Finalist for best humorous mystery and Northern California Publishers & Authors Best Fiction for 2011) and Dying for a Daiquiri (Finalist, 2014 Lefty Award for Best Humorous Mystery). Cindy’s wildly popular, award-winning humorous mysteries featuring soccer mom, Laurel McKay, have made her a national bestselling author.
Linda Townsdin: Focused on Murder---a Spirit Lake Mystery. Linda Townsdin worked for years in communications for nonprofit and corporate organizations, and most recently as writer/editor for a national criminal justice consortium. Her short fiction has been published in several anthologies, including the 2013 Capitol Crimes Anthology.
Elaine Faber: Black Cat’s Legacy, Black Cat and Angel’s Journey, Black Cat and the Lethal Lawyer. A resident of Elk Grove, Faber’s Black Cat mystery series has feline lovers’ appeal. Faber’s short stories have been published in short story collections and national magazines.
All authors are active members of Sacramento “Sisters in Crime” and Northern California Publishers and Authors.
For more information about this free public event, contact the library at (530) 621-5540 or visit the Upcoming Events calendar on the library’s website: www.eldoradolibrary.org