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Events in 2020

  • March 11 to 15 – Left Coast Crime, San Diego, CA – More Info
  • March 22 – Writers’ Workshop: Celebrating Women Writers, Champaign, IL – More Info
  • March 24 to April 5 – Research in England
  • April 25: Ohioana Book Festival, Columbus, OH – More Info
  • April 30 to May 3 – Malice Domestic, Bethesda, MD – More Info
  • June 2: Delta Gamma Book Fair, Carmel, IN
  • August 20 to 23 – Killer Nashville, Nashville, TN – More Info

8 thoughts on “Events”

  1. Connie,

    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. 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. 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. 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. 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!

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