Elements of Writing Short - Sisters in Crime North Dallas (Virtual) - February 27 - 2:30-4:00 p.m. CST
Book Signing and Events
Author Debra H. Goldstein will be blogging or making virtual appearances at the times (Central Standard given unless noted so adjust accordingly) listed below. Come meet the author and be prepared to immerse yourself in great mysteries! Can’t come? Check out what else Debra is doing.
Featuring Ellery Adams, Libby Klein and Debra H Goldstein - Share in the fun of Libby launching her new Poppy McAllister book, Antique Auctions are Murder. Debra and Ellery will give sneak previews of their upcoming books, Five Belles Too Many and Mint Condition Murder. Join in the fun - Giveaways!
Is anticipated to be the last book in the Sarah Blair series. Because I've been grateful to have so many fans follow the series, I'd like to do an interactive Zoom Read-A-Long of the series for each month through July, beginning with the first book, One Taste Too Many on March 15, 2022 at 7 …
Capitol Crimes - Mystery Writers Virtual Panel with Wanda Morris and Roger Johns - May 14
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Sarah Blair is pressed into being her mother’s chaperone when Mother Maybelle is a finalist in a to win the perfect Southern wedding. When the reality TV show’s producer is found dead with Sarah’s greatest nemesis kneeling by the body, Sarah must find the true killer before any more of the contestants or crew are …
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Saturday, July 9: Conflict, Tension, and Pacing; The Lifeboat Team: It Takes a Village: Group Marketing and Support; and, Benefits to Writing Short Stories
A Virtual Night of Cozy Mysteries with Barb Ross, Lee Hollis, Darci Hannah, Cheryl Hollon & Debra - University Bookstore Seattle Register
Live Book Talk and Signing of Five Belles Too Many on August 4 from 4-6 p.m. - Thank You Bookshop - Birmingham, AL - Royalties from event are being donated to the St. Stephens Memorial Garden being created to remember the three people who were shot at St. Stephens Church If you can't come, feel …