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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
I thought I’d do a little something different today and share a story with you. I like to mix genres, and this one is no different. In our anthology, Murder On Wheels, I wrote a story, Rota Fortunae, set in … 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 email@example.com Sunday, October 30, 2016 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. Among those reading will … Continue reading
You never know what former AMW member Kaye George is up to! She’s very busy and always working on many projects so I thought I’d ask. VPC- Hey, Kaye George! What have you been up to lately? What’s your latest … Continue reading
By Gale Albright There are many articles about writing, but perhaps not so many about writing organizations. As current president of Sisters in Crime: Heart of Texas chapter in Austin, I find myself constantly coming and going, requesting favors, soliciting … Continue reading
(Alexandra Burt is our guest author today. Born in Germany, she moved to Texas, married, and worked as a freelance translator. Determined to acknowledge the voice in the back of her head prompting her to break into literary translations, the … Continue reading