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Interview for Day of the Dark Are you excited about the upcoming eclipse on August 21rst? Well you aren’t the only one. And Austin Mystery Writer members, Kathy Waller and Laura Oles, contributed stories to an … Continue reading
Browsing through the AMW blog, I came across the title, “Morning Pages: Don’t Speak. Don’t Judge. Don’t Fall Asleep.” And I thought, What a cute title. I wonder who the author is. A couple of clicks later I discovered the author … Continue reading
Please join us at the DAY OF THE DARK launch party Friday, July 21, on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/199463997250907/ The following post first appeared on Writing Wranglers and Warriors. ***** Writing is a business. That’s what experienced writers tell the wannabes. For a … Continue reading
Today we get a look at the cover of DAY OF THE DARK, a crime fiction anthology edited by Kaye George and due out from Wildside Press on July 21. Laura Oles’ “Oceans Fifty” and M. K. Waller’s “I’ll Be a Sunbeam” … Continue reading
How do you say goodbye to a friend? When I last saw Gale, just two days before she unexpectedly passed away, it was at the Wimberley Library where our group, Austin Mystery Writers, had given a program on writing short … Continue reading
Posted by Kathy Waller I did it again: prepared my piece for November 21 well in advance, set it aside for later revision, forgot to post it. As we in the writing trade say, AARGH. As my fourth-grade teacher said, … Continue reading
Please join us Members of Sisters in Crime ~ Heart of Texas Chapter will read and sign at Malvern Books 619 W. 29th Street Austin, Texas firstname.lastname@example.org Sunday, October 30, 2016 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. Among those reading will … Continue reading