I’ve heard this guy read a handful of times at Bouchercon events. I’ve never heard the same passage twice, nor have I ever been disappointed. That says a lot. Beetner has a way with words, and the delivery’s not half bad,
There was Killer Nashville, The Decatur Book Festival and Dragon Con followed by local panels with Sisters in Crime and lots of fun at Bouchercon in New Orleans and this weekend, the Southern Festival of Books in Nashville. I’m so excited for what’s ahead.
This is a first. Our featured author sent me this picture.
He says, “This me feeding the hyenas in Harar, Ethiopia. The people there have a close relationship with hyenas and feed them to keep them semi-tame.”
I have been running around the south this fall attending a bunch of conferences and festivals. It has been a great year and tomorrow’s blog will talk more about that, as I finally get a moment to wrap up 2016 so far,
Hello! and Welcome!
I have been so busy running around pimping my writing and hanging with wordsmiths that I have been a very bad blogger. But…I’m back! That’s right.
It’s time for another author intro. This time,
Debbie Cassidy is a 35 year old multi-tasking ninja who lives in England, Bedfordshire, with her three kids and very supportive husband. Coffee and chocolate biscuits are her writing fuels of choice, and she is still working on getting that perfect tower of solitude built in her back garden.
Boy, oh boy, do I feel like the slacker. Just reading Jessica’s bio makes me want to go back to school.
Well, maybe not back to school, but, I’d be willing to learn how to make a quahog sandwich.
The GAYA – A History of Excellence
The Georgia Writers Association recognizes Georgia’s authors of excellence by presenting the Georgia Author of the Year Awards (GAYA) Ceremony. The GAYA ceremony has the distinction of being the oldest literary awards ceremony in the Southeastern United States while reflecting the current publishing world.