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Upcoming Events

  • October 17, 2023 — Mistletoe & Murder publication date!

Past Events in 2022

Past Events in 2021

  • Jan 10 @ 3 p.m. — Hoover Public Library Book Club, Hoover, AL — More Info
  • Feb 23 — Book Club, Raleigh, NC
  • Mar 1 – 13 — Southwest Florida Reading Festival, Lee County Library System — More Info
  • Mar 13 @ 1 p.m. — A Teatime Celebration of Cozy & Traditional Mysteries, presentation on Barbara Metz aka Barbara Peters — More Info
  • April 24 @ 4 p.m. ET — 2021 OHIOANA BOOK FESTIVAL: Historical Mysteries Panel with Nancy Herriman, Anna Lee Huber, and Jess Montgomery — More Info
  • Week of June 8th: — Article in CrimeReadsMore Info
  • June 8 @ 1 p.m. ET — DIALOGUE: BETWEEN THE LINES interview with Susan Wingate
  • June 11 — JUNGLE RED WRITERS with Hallie Ephron — More Info
  • June 13 — TART WORDS podcast with Linda Hengerer — More Info
  • June 14 — A DAY IN THE LIFE interview with Dru’s Book Musings — More Info
  • June 14 @ 8 p.m. ET — Connie Berry discusses THE ART OF BETRAYAL with special guest host, Jane Cleland — More Info
  • June 15 @ 10 a.m. ET — Conversations LIVE! with Cyrus Webb — More Info
  • June 17 @ 8 p.m. ET — FACEBOOK LIVE! Author chat with Anna Lee Huber and Marty Wingate
  • June 19 @ 11 a.m. ET — Discussion with THE MAVENS OF MAYHEM (Upper Hudson Chapter of Sisters in Crime), “A Conversation with Connie Berry and Grace Topping.” — More Info
  • June 30 @ 7 p.m. ET — Andrew Welsh-Huggins in conversation with Connie Berry, Gramercy Books, Bexley, OH — More Info
  • July 14 – 17 — MORE THAN MALICE, an online, festival-style crime convention — More Info
  • Aug 21 @ 11 a.m. ET— BUCKEYE CRIME WRITERS (Sisters in Crime, Columbus Ohio Chapter), “Writing a Series” with Andrew and Eileen — More Info
  • Aug 26 – 29 — BOUCHERCON WORLD MYSTERY CONFERENCE in New Orleans, Louisiana — CANCELLED!
  • Sept 7 @ 7 p.m. — Delaware County OSU Alumni Club of Delaware, Ohio, Book Club — Taranto’s Pizzeria, 1282 E. Powell Road, Lewis Center, OH — More Info
  • Sept 21 @ 6:30 p.m. — SUNBURY COMMUNITY LIBRARY Meet the Author Night — More Info
  • Oct 1 @ 9 a.m. ET — “OFF THE SHELF” Radio Talk Show with George Needham and Nicole Fowles on 96.7 FM WDLR — Listen Here
  • Oct 6 @ 1 p.m. ET — “The Holy Grail of Detective Fiction,” Zoom event at 1pm ET with Grace Topping and Susan Rowland; hosted by Roula-Maria Dib, founding editor of Indelible Literary & Arts Journal, Dubai — Coming Soon
  • Oct 8 to 24 — ENGLAND research trip!
  • Oct 25 @ 7 p.m ET — DELAWARE COUNTY DISTRICT LIBRARY Mystery/Crime Night with Robin Yocum and Andrew Welsh-Huggins at Ill Mannered Brewing Company — More Info
  • Nov 12 to 14 — NEW ENGLAND CRIME BAKE Writer’s Conference in Dedham, Massachusetts — More Info
  • Dec 7 @ 9 p.m. Pacific — Interview on House of Mystery Radio with Al WarrenMore Info (Including Station Frequencies)
  • Dec 7 — “Lady Barbara’s Christmas Surprise” Dramatization by Mystery Rat’s Maze — More Info

13 thoughts on “Events”

  1. John Meyer says:


    I enjoy using Goodreads to find and maintain a record of the authors and books that I have or intend to read. I am pretty sure I’m not unique in my reliance on their platform.

    Your works visibility and sales would be enhanced if you added your picture and bio to your author’s profile page.

    Would you please add your profile and photograph? What say you?

    1. Hello John, thanks for the message and the Goodreads advice. I’m glad you found me there in spite of the lack and will add the photo and bio as soon as I can. Are you a writer or a reader or both? What kinds of books do you enjoy most? I look forward to getting you know you via social media. And let me know if you read my book. The second in the series comes out October 8th. Connie

      1. John A Meyer says:

        Yes Connie I read #2 first and am know enjoying #1. That mean’s I am also keenly looking forward to #3

      2. Wonderful! I’m so glad. I just turned book 3, The Art of Betrayal, in to my editor at Crooked Lane. Right now the pub date is spring of 2021.

  2. Katherine Duck says:

    Hi, Connie,
    Did I miss your Grandmother’s cardamom bread recipe? I thought I’d give it a try. Maybe for the upcoming holidays. Thanks. So glad you’re so busy. That’s good news for your book, and it sounds like your new life of retirement and writing has been so exciting. God is SO good!

    Katherine Duck

  3. Marcia E Meracle says:

    I had a really marvelous read with Book 1 and look forward to Book 2. I am partially Scandinavian, have traveled in the British Isles, have a possible connection to the Gunn tartan and am a current resident of Racine, WI, so these novels have a special meaning for me.
    I can’t wait to read the second one!

    1. Wow! We have a lot in common, Marcia. My family moved to Rockford when I was in 2nd grade, but I still get back to Racine for kringle at Bendtsen’s Bakery. I hope you like the new book. Keep in touch!

  4. Heather Brown says:

    Hello! I Plan on attending the event on Dec 7 at the Mayfield Library. Will you have books for sale at the event? I know sometimes libraries don’t allow that, so I don’t know if I need to hit my local bookstore first or if I can just get them there?

    Thanks so much!

  5. Carol Viens says:

    I recently discovered your first book in this series and have enjoyed it so much. Having visited Scotland and the U.K., with ancestors who came from Cornwall, I am always looking for more good books set in those areas. Look forward to reading the remaining three in this series. I head up a small book club in Washington State and will be recommending A Dream of Death for our April 25th gathering. Any chance you could join us via Zoom?

    1. Hi Carol! I’m so glad you like the series. I’ve emailed you separately!

  6. Susan St. Germaine says:

    I’m wondering if you would give permission for your article, Dark Secrets and Dastardly Lies: Ramping up a Killer Plot, as published in the May 9th, 2022 issue of Writers Digest to be reprinted in the North State Writers’ newsletter. We are a Northern California Branch of the nonprofit California Writers Club and produce a monthly newsletter focusing on writing craft and other issues of interest to our members.

    Best regards,

    1. Susan, did you get my email? I wasn’t sure it went through. I’m delighted that the article seemed worth sharing with your writers’ club. I just don’t know what Writers Digest would say. I passed along the request to my publicist. I’ll let you know. Thanks for getting in touch.

    2. Susan, I just learned that as long as you say that the article first appeared in Writers’ Digest, you are fine. You probably knew that already, didn’t you?! If you decide to run the article, please send me the link!

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