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Roundtable Redux: Our Journey to Publication

May 18 @ 11:15 am - 12:30 pm

Catherine Bruns, Libby Cudmore, Tina deBellegarde, Terrence McCauley, and Kelly Oliver.

Join us for an inside look at the many paths to publication.

Session Moderator: Tina DeBellegarde

Tina deBellegarde writes the Agatha-nominated Batavia-on-Hudson Mystery series. She also writes short stories and flash fiction. Her story “Tokyo Stranger,” nominated for a Derringer Award, appears in the Mystery Writers of America anthology When a Stranger Comes to Town edited by Michael Koryta. Tina co-chairs the Murderous March Conference and is a founding member of Sleuths and Sidekicks, where she blogs, tours virtually, and teaches writing workshops. She is a member of Writers in Kyoto and reviews books for BooksOnAsia.net. She lives in Catskill, New York with her husband Denis and their cat Shelby.

Terrence McCauley is an award-winning, bestselling author of thrillers, crime fiction and westerns. In addition to ghostwriting, he has published thirty novels, including the acclaimed University series, the Charlie Doherty series, as well as the Aaron Mackey and Jeremiah Halstead westerns. He also wrote three novels as part of the Ralph Compton series for Penguin/Random House. His latest work, CHICAGO ’63, is a novella about the first assassination plot against President Kennedy. He is currently working on his DALLAS ’63 trilogy for Level Best Books to be published in 2025. Please visit his website at www.terrencemccauley.com

USA Today bestselling author Catherine Bruns has written over twenty-five novels and five different series that include the Maple Syrup, Cookies & Chance, Italian Chef, Cindy York and Aloha Lagoon mysteries. She has a B.A. in English and is a former newspaper reporter and press release writer. Her book, For Sale by Killer, won the Daphne du Maurier award for Best Mainstream Mystery/Suspense.
Business meeting for members only at 10:30 am Eastern.
Kelly Oliver, President – Sisters in Crime is the award-winning and bestselling author of three mystery series: Jessica James Mysteries (contemporary suspense); Pet Detective Mysteries (middle grade); Fiona Figg Mysteries (historical cozy). When she’s not writing novels, Kelly is a Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at Vanderbilt University.
Program (free and open to the public) begins at 11:15 am Eastern.
(NOTE: your registration confirmation may not say 11:15 but the program will begin at that time.)


May 18
11:15 am - 12:30 pm
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