Monthly Archives: July 2013

MYSTERY WRITERS’ CONFERENCE

THE MYSTERY WRITERS CONFERENCE AT BOOK PASSAGE IN MARIN is an intensive marathon of class after class, and laugh after laugh, as the various panels of renowned authors who obviously know each other, tease and tell on each other. This … Continue reading

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Friends who Count

I’ve been so touched by the time and energy several of my friends have invested in various aspects of helping me with my book. If you are a writer, I hope you have such support. Teresa LeYung Ryan, (author of … Continue reading

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UNIONS, STRIKES

The book reading/signing at Book Passage was a success. It was in San Francisco, so I didn’t expect many people, but we had a nice audience, and most bought the books. We also had an animated discussion during Q&A, which … Continue reading

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LABOR VS. MANAGEMENT

Tonight’s the night—my first book reading for DRIVEN TO RAGE. If you’ve been following my blog, you know the event is tonight, Monday 6:00 in Book Passage at the Ferry Building in San Francisco. I’m really looking forward to it. … Continue reading

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