Malice Domestic – Hope to See You There by Debra H. Goldstein
Normally, I post thoughts about writing or personal thoughts I hope capture your interest, but this is the week of Malice Domestic. For once, I’m overwhelmed getting everything ready to go. Because this is a fan and author conference, I hope to see you there. Let me tell you where you can find me:
Friday – 2 p.m. – Make it Snappy – a panel of the Agatha Award Short Story nominees moderated by Michael Bracken. Do you know how excited I have been each time I read The Night They Burned Ms. Dixie’s Place by Debra H. Goldstein, which was printed in the May/June 2017 issue of Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine is one of the five finalists? If that wasn’t enough, I’m in the company of four writers I admire: Gretchen Archer, Barb Goffman, Gigi Pandian and Art Taylor. (Pinch me, I think this is a dream!)
Friday – 7:45 a.m. – Guppy Get-Together Breakfast – so much fun to put names and faces with people I know online from our Guppy Chapter.
Friday – 5:00 p.m. – Malice Domestic Opening Ceremonies
I’ll also be dropping in to a few of the panels, will say “hey” at the dinner Teresa Inge has put together, and will be at the board dinner I need to attend, the Malice auction, and the drink with bloggers.
If you miss me on Friday, no problem. You can find me Saturday at the SinC breakfast, the SinC president’s meeting, the Kensington Reception and signing (btw, my new Kensington book, One Taste Too Many, is already available for pre-order in print and e-book versions online and will be available in bookstores on December 18), some of the panels, and of course, at the Agatha Awards banquet.
I also always try to support the new authors by attending their Sunday breakfast. In my spare time, I’ll be hanging so come up and say “Hello.”