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NEWS & EVENTS

Thanks for stopping by!  I'm available for reading group talks, library events, and more. Just head to my Contact page to get in touch. In the meantime, here's where you'll find me in the next few months:

Guns, Knives & Lipstick. Join me and three other fabulous female crime fiction writers as we interview mystery writers and explore the delights, disasters and demands of the publishing journey on our monthly podcast. Listen on Spotify, Apple, or your favorite podcast app.

Saturday, April 20 (11 a.m.) Local Authors Day/Morris County (N.J.) Public Library. I'll be co-teaching a workshop on how (and how not) to start your novel with authors Lori Robbins and Nev March during this daylong celebration of local authors.

Friday-Sunday, April 26-28. Join me at Malice Domestic, a fantastic conference in Bethesda, MD for mystery fans and writers that celebrates the traditional mystery. 

 

Saturday, April 27 (11 a.m.) Clothes Make the Murderer. Malice DomesticI'll be joining historical mystery authors Elizabeth Crowens, Susan Elia MacNeal, Karen Odden, and Kelly Oliver to talk the role of fashion in our crime fiction. 

Saturday, May 18. Daughters of the American Revolution. I'm honored to be the speaker at this year's annual luncheon, which takes place at the Medford Village Country Club.

Tuesday, June 4. NJ Association of Library Assistants (9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.). Award-winning mystery writer Lori Robbins and I will chat about "Truth, Lies, & Murder: how mystery authors integrate their own lives into the details of their books. It’s not a crime. But it could be.

Saturday, June 10. CrimeCONN (9 a.m.-4 p.m.), the Ferguson Library, Stamford, CT. I'll join New York Times bestselling authors Megan Abbott and Reed Farrel Coleman, as well as some of today's most talented crime fiction writers at this year's one-day conference for mystery fans and writers.

Tuesday, June 20 (6:30 p.m.). Join me at the Warren Township Public Library (N.J.) where I'll be talking about my Revolutionary War mystery series with a focus on The Paris Mistress.

Saturday, October 19 (11 a.m.), The Delaware Valley chapter of Sisters in Crime in Wayne, PA. Join me for a discussion of Crime With A Twist of History, or how I weave historical facts into my fiction. 

Saturday, November 16 (noon - 4 p.m.) Barnes & Noble in Easton, PA. I'll be chatting with readers and signing books. Stop by to say hello! 

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