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Saturday, September 26, 2015

Changing Horses in Midstream/SJ SinC October meeting


Our speakers will be Terry Shames and Susan Shea. Susan Shea and Terry Shames will be our speakers in October.  Their topic is “Changing Horses in Mid-Stream.” 

As you remember Linda O. Johnston spoke about juggling career, life and multiple series in August.  She said the most important thing is flexibility.  Our talk in October is the second part; how to be flexible with regards to agents, publishers, publishing formats (very hot topic!) or series and still pursue your passion.
Susan Shea is currently Secretary of National Sisters in Crime as well as President of the NorCal Chapter.  Terry Shames is currently Vice President of NorCal Chapter.  





Terry Shames
Terry Shames writes the best-selling Samuel Craddock series published by Seventh Street Books. A Killing at Cotton Hill won the Macavity Award for Best First Mystery of 2013. The Last Death of Jack Harbin is a finalist for a Macavity Award for Best Mystery, 2014. A Deadly Affair at Bobtail Ridge launched in April, 2015. Terry writes a Wednesday blog on her website, www.terryshames.com. The Necessary Death of Nonie Blake, comes out in January, 2016.




Susan Shea

SUSAN C. SHEA spent more than two decades accumulating story material before creating her best selling mystery series featuring a professional fundraiser for a fictional museum in San Francisco: MURDER IN THE ABSTRACT, THE KING’S JAR, and MIXED UP WITH MURDER (spring 2015). Currently the president of the northern California chapter of Sisters in Crime and on SinC’s national board, she’s a member of Mystery Writers of America, and blogs on CriminalMinds.  www.susancshea.com

Photo credit: Charles Barry

Scene of the Crime
Yosemite Falls Restaurant On Ashlan, West side of 99 EARLY START at 10:00 am
SATURDAY Oct 3, 2015. – Please come early by 9:45 am so we can start on time.
Members $15 Visitors $20
**NOTE: We will be served a choice of California Burger, Soup & Salad Combo, or Spaghetti & Meatballs.
RESERVATION PROCEDURE
RSVP by Wednesday before the meeting
If you can, we highly encourage you email your reservation instead of phoning it in, Thanks.
Please EMAIL TO reservationsforsisters@outlook.com.
NOTE: please put your lunch choice on subject line
Do not log on to the website, simply send email to the above address.
IF YOU CAN NOT EMAIL Please call 559-431-0360
AND LEAVE VOICEMAIL
with your name & choice of lunch.

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