Tucson Sisters in Crime Program for July 2021
Please join us at 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM July 17, 2021 via Zoom.
How to Write Your Most Satisfying Endings
We’ve all read stories and books with endings that left us frustrated—annoyed on occasion—and vowed never to spend our time or money on that author’s work again.
New York Times best-selling author Kate Carlisle’s lifelong fascination with the art and craft of bookbinding led her to write the Bibliophile Mysteries. Homicide in Hardcover debuted in February 2010, followed by fourteen others in the series, with Little Black Book released June 29, 2021.
Ms. Carlisle launched the Fixer-Upper Mysteries in November, 2014; Hallmark Movies & Mysteries has brought three of these books to the small screen to date.
Kate’s television credits include numerous game shows, music videos, concerts, variety shows, and a stint traveling the world as a Dating Game chaperone. She studied acting and singing, toiled in vineyards, collected books, joined a commune, sold fried chicken, modeled spring fashions and worked for a cruise ship line, but the year she spent in law school finally drove her to begin writing fiction.
A member of Sisters in Crime, Mystery Writers of America, International Thriller Writers and Romance Writers of America, Kate Carlisle is the proud recipient of the Golden Heart and Daphne Du Maurier awards; her first Bibliophile Mystery, Homicide in Hardcover, was nominated Best First Mystery by RT Book Reviews.
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Elaine Powers will host the Zoom meeting; Elise Stone will publish details in the Tucson Sisters in Crime Newsletter, so check your email for the next edition! If you are not a member of Tucson Sisters in Crime and/or have questions about the Zoom meetings, here is the email address for you to ask questions: email@example.com