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Re: Creating a formal organization

Eliot
 

Hi, all--

I'm interested in helping as well.

Eliot


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Great idea! I'm certainly interested in helping out.

Joe De Marco

On Fri, Feb 26, 2021 at 6:25 PM Meredith Doench <mdoench1@...> wrote:
Hi all,
These are really good ideas and I’m definitely interested in helping out.  I’ve been scheduling posts for another organization and I’m happy to start posting for this group, too.  But I’ll need your help with content.  
I will have more time to help out this summer.   


On Fri, Feb 26, 2021 at 6:18 PM Kristen Lepionka <kristenlepionka@...> wrote:
Hi,
When I created this org I did so mainly because I wanted us to have a means of talking to each other but I definitely  agree that a more formal presence could be good. 

The problem is, that takes time—CWoC obviously puts a ton of time into their org. In the past I’ve asked for volunteers to do things like post on our Twitter account, add events to the calendar, or help catalogue our books, but I haven’t had a ton of luck with that.

So far, Jeff Marks is working on putting together some conference liaison guidelines so that we can help Organizations like Bouchercon not send out emails like the now-infamous “trolls” email, which is hugely valuable. 

I would love to have a Bookshop.org page for this group.

I would love to have a robust calendar of members’ events, virtual and otherwise. 

I would love to have a formal website (which I can create as I’m a graphic/web designer) and we would need content to go along with that.

I would love to see an active Twitter presence—we have a lot of followers but I don’t have time to tweet from that account. 

If we had a committee of at least 5-6 members willing to put a fair amount of time into getting things off the ground, that would be great!

Who else is interested?


On Fri, Feb 26, 2021 at 6:04 PM Dharma Kelleher <dharma.kelleher@...> wrote:
Hi everyone!

I LOVE this group. It helps keep me focused. So thank you to all who participate.

I don’t know if this has been brought up before. And I certainly don’t want to step on any toes.

But I’ve been watching some of the things that Crime Writers of Color has been doing. And I was thinking we might follow their lead in creating a more formal organization to help promote our authors.

We have so much cool stuff going on. We have this group. Brad Shreve and Justene Adamec have their podcast. We recently had an amazing Queer Noir at the Bar event.

And I’m sure  there’s more going on in our queer crime writing community that I’m not aware of.

Is it possible that we could create a formal organization (whatever that may look like) to help new, upcoming, and established authors in our community better connect to resources.

I for one am not an experienced organizer. But I am an experienced web developer. I’d be happy to volunteer my time and expertise to create something special.

Thoughts?

Peace out,
Dharma Kelleher

Gritty Crime Fiction with a Feminist Kick
https://dharmakelleher.com






--
Kristen Lepionka (she/her)
Chapter President, Mystery Writers of America - Midwest 
Shamus & Goldie Award-winning author of the Roxane Weary mystery series
ONCE YOU GO THIS FAR is available now!




--
Meredith Doench, PhD
 
Senior Lecturer of Creative Writing, Literature, and Composition
Dept of English, University of Dayton



Re: Creating a formal organization

Joseph de Marco
 

Great idea! I'm certainly interested in helping out.

Joe De Marco

On Fri, Feb 26, 2021 at 6:25 PM Meredith Doench <mdoench1@...> wrote:
Hi all,
These are really good ideas and I’m definitely interested in helping out.  I’ve been scheduling posts for another organization and I’m happy to start posting for this group, too.  But I’ll need your help with content.  
I will have more time to help out this summer.   


On Fri, Feb 26, 2021 at 6:18 PM Kristen Lepionka <kristenlepionka@...> wrote:
Hi,
When I created this org I did so mainly because I wanted us to have a means of talking to each other but I definitely  agree that a more formal presence could be good. 

The problem is, that takes time—CWoC obviously puts a ton of time into their org. In the past I’ve asked for volunteers to do things like post on our Twitter account, add events to the calendar, or help catalogue our books, but I haven’t had a ton of luck with that.

So far, Jeff Marks is working on putting together some conference liaison guidelines so that we can help Organizations like Bouchercon not send out emails like the now-infamous “trolls” email, which is hugely valuable. 

I would love to have a Bookshop.org page for this group.

I would love to have a robust calendar of members’ events, virtual and otherwise. 

I would love to have a formal website (which I can create as I’m a graphic/web designer) and we would need content to go along with that.

I would love to see an active Twitter presence—we have a lot of followers but I don’t have time to tweet from that account. 

If we had a committee of at least 5-6 members willing to put a fair amount of time into getting things off the ground, that would be great!

Who else is interested?


On Fri, Feb 26, 2021 at 6:04 PM Dharma Kelleher <dharma.kelleher@...> wrote:
Hi everyone!

I LOVE this group. It helps keep me focused. So thank you to all who participate.

I don’t know if this has been brought up before. And I certainly don’t want to step on any toes.

But I’ve been watching some of the things that Crime Writers of Color has been doing. And I was thinking we might follow their lead in creating a more formal organization to help promote our authors.

We have so much cool stuff going on. We have this group. Brad Shreve and Justene Adamec have their podcast. We recently had an amazing Queer Noir at the Bar event.

And I’m sure  there’s more going on in our queer crime writing community that I’m not aware of.

Is it possible that we could create a formal organization (whatever that may look like) to help new, upcoming, and established authors in our community better connect to resources.

I for one am not an experienced organizer. But I am an experienced web developer. I’d be happy to volunteer my time and expertise to create something special.

Thoughts?

Peace out,
Dharma Kelleher

Gritty Crime Fiction with a Feminist Kick
https://dharmakelleher.com






--
Kristen Lepionka (she/her)
Chapter President, Mystery Writers of America - Midwest 
Shamus & Goldie Award-winning author of the Roxane Weary mystery series
ONCE YOU GO THIS FAR is available now!




--
Meredith Doench, PhD
 
Senior Lecturer of Creative Writing, Literature, and Composition
Dept of English, University of Dayton



Re: Creating a formal organization

Jeffrey Marks
 

I know I'm already working on a few parts, but please count me in for this. It's such a needed cause. 

Jeff

--
Jeffrey Marks
www.jeffreymarks.com
Mystery biographer, nominated for the Edgar award, the Agatha, the Macavity, and winner of the Anthony award. 
Publisher, Crippen & Landru Publishers. 


Re: Creating a formal organization

Meredith Doench
 

Hi all,
These are really good ideas and I’m definitely interested in helping out.  I’ve been scheduling posts for another organization and I’m happy to start posting for this group, too.  But I’ll need your help with content.  
I will have more time to help out this summer.   


On Fri, Feb 26, 2021 at 6:18 PM Kristen Lepionka <kristenlepionka@...> wrote:
Hi,
When I created this org I did so mainly because I wanted us to have a means of talking to each other but I definitely  agree that a more formal presence could be good. 

The problem is, that takes time—CWoC obviously puts a ton of time into their org. In the past I’ve asked for volunteers to do things like post on our Twitter account, add events to the calendar, or help catalogue our books, but I haven’t had a ton of luck with that.

So far, Jeff Marks is working on putting together some conference liaison guidelines so that we can help Organizations like Bouchercon not send out emails like the now-infamous “trolls” email, which is hugely valuable. 

I would love to have a Bookshop.org page for this group.

I would love to have a robust calendar of members’ events, virtual and otherwise. 

I would love to have a formal website (which I can create as I’m a graphic/web designer) and we would need content to go along with that.

I would love to see an active Twitter presence—we have a lot of followers but I don’t have time to tweet from that account. 

If we had a committee of at least 5-6 members willing to put a fair amount of time into getting things off the ground, that would be great!

Who else is interested?


On Fri, Feb 26, 2021 at 6:04 PM Dharma Kelleher <dharma.kelleher@...> wrote:
Hi everyone!

I LOVE this group. It helps keep me focused. So thank you to all who participate.

I don’t know if this has been brought up before. And I certainly don’t want to step on any toes.

But I’ve been watching some of the things that Crime Writers of Color has been doing. And I was thinking we might follow their lead in creating a more formal organization to help promote our authors.

We have so much cool stuff going on. We have this group. Brad Shreve and Justene Adamec have their podcast. We recently had an amazing Queer Noir at the Bar event.

And I’m sure  there’s more going on in our queer crime writing community that I’m not aware of.

Is it possible that we could create a formal organization (whatever that may look like) to help new, upcoming, and established authors in our community better connect to resources.

I for one am not an experienced organizer. But I am an experienced web developer. I’d be happy to volunteer my time and expertise to create something special.

Thoughts?

Peace out,
Dharma Kelleher

Gritty Crime Fiction with a Feminist Kick
https://dharmakelleher.com






--
Kristen Lepionka (she/her)
Chapter President, Mystery Writers of America - Midwest 
Shamus & Goldie Award-winning author of the Roxane Weary mystery series
ONCE YOU GO THIS FAR is available now!




--
Meredith Doench, PhD
 
Senior Lecturer of Creative Writing, Literature, and Composition
Dept of English, University of Dayton



Re: Creating a formal organization

Kristen Lepionka
 

Hi,
When I created this org I did so mainly because I wanted us to have a means of talking to each other but I definitely  agree that a more formal presence could be good. 

The problem is, that takes time—CWoC obviously puts a ton of time into their org. In the past I’ve asked for volunteers to do things like post on our Twitter account, add events to the calendar, or help catalogue our books, but I haven’t had a ton of luck with that.

So far, Jeff Marks is working on putting together some conference liaison guidelines so that we can help Organizations like Bouchercon not send out emails like the now-infamous “trolls” email, which is hugely valuable. 

I would love to have a Bookshop.org page for this group.

I would love to have a robust calendar of members’ events, virtual and otherwise. 

I would love to have a formal website (which I can create as I’m a graphic/web designer) and we would need content to go along with that.

I would love to see an active Twitter presence—we have a lot of followers but I don’t have time to tweet from that account. 

If we had a committee of at least 5-6 members willing to put a fair amount of time into getting things off the ground, that would be great!

Who else is interested?


On Fri, Feb 26, 2021 at 6:04 PM Dharma Kelleher <dharma.kelleher@...> wrote:
Hi everyone!

I LOVE this group. It helps keep me focused. So thank you to all who participate.

I don’t know if this has been brought up before. And I certainly don’t want to step on any toes.

But I’ve been watching some of the things that Crime Writers of Color has been doing. And I was thinking we might follow their lead in creating a more formal organization to help promote our authors.

We have so much cool stuff going on. We have this group. Brad Shreve and Justene Adamec have their podcast. We recently had an amazing Queer Noir at the Bar event.

And I’m sure  there’s more going on in our queer crime writing community that I’m not aware of.

Is it possible that we could create a formal organization (whatever that may look like) to help new, upcoming, and established authors in our community better connect to resources.

I for one am not an experienced organizer. But I am an experienced web developer. I’d be happy to volunteer my time and expertise to create something special.

Thoughts?

Peace out,
Dharma Kelleher

Gritty Crime Fiction with a Feminist Kick
https://dharmakelleher.com






--
Kristen Lepionka (she/her)
Chapter President, Mystery Writers of America - Midwest 
Shamus & Goldie Award-winning author of the Roxane Weary mystery series
ONCE YOU GO THIS FAR is available now!





Creating a formal organization

Dharma Kelleher
 

Hi everyone!

I LOVE this group. It helps keep me focused. So thank you to all who participate.

I don’t know if this has been brought up before. And I certainly don’t want to step on any toes.

But I’ve been watching some of the things that Crime Writers of Color has been doing. And I was thinking we might follow their lead in creating a more formal organization to help promote our authors.

We have so much cool stuff going on. We have this group. Brad Shreve and Justene Adamec have their podcast. We recently had an amazing Queer Noir at the Bar event.

And I’m sure there’s more going on in our queer crime writing community that I’m not aware of.

Is it possible that we could create a formal organization (whatever that may look like) to help new, upcoming, and established authors in our community better connect to resources.

I for one am not an experienced organizer. But I am an experienced web developer. I’d be happy to volunteer my time and expertise to create something special.

Thoughts?

Peace out,
Dharma Kelleher

Gritty Crime Fiction with a Feminist Kick
https://dharmakelleher.com


February Goals Check-In #Goals

Bess Carnan
 

Hey y'all!

It's the last Monday of February so it's time to look back and see how we did against our goals for the month.
So...how'd you do?
--

Bess
she/her
writer of unconventional mysteries
www.BessCarnanBooks.com


Re: Looking for writing resources for up and coming queer crime writers

"Mia P. Manansala"
 

Hi Jeff,

Did you link to a list? I can't see anything.
--
Mia P. Manansala, Author & Book Coach (she/her)
Arsenic and Adobo (Berkley/Penguin Random House May 4, 2021)


Re: Seeking published Sisters in Crime members for help with Pride Award

Leslie Karst
 

I just volunteered, as well. Thanks so much for letting us know, Mia. And yay to SinC for setting up this new award!

Leslie

--
Lefty Award-nominated author of the Sally Solari Mystery Series

     website: lesliekarstauthor.com
     blogs at: chicksonthecase and mysteryloverskitchen


Re: Seeking published Sisters in Crime members for help with Pride Award

Tanen
 

Hi from a fellow Pitch Wars mentor! Thank you for coordinating for Sisters in Crime - what a great program. I wish I could participate, but I will definitely post about it and see if I can get more applicants. And I would definitely be interested in doing something like this in future. 


Re: Seeking published Sisters in Crime members for help with Pride Award

Jeffrey Marks
 

Mia, I just volunteered. Thanks for making this known to us. 

Jeff

--
Jeffrey Marks
www.jeffreymarks.com
Mystery biographer, nominated for the Edgar award, the Agatha, the Macavity, and winner of the Anthony award. 
Publisher, Crippen & Landru Publishers. 


Re: Looking for writing resources for up and coming queer crime writers

Jeffrey Marks
 

Hi, 

Obviously, the Queer Crime Writers group is a good place to start. There's this list, and we're working on a much more robust website that will have resources too. 

Jeff

--
Jeffrey Marks
www.jeffreymarks.com
Mystery biographer, nominated for the Edgar award, the Agatha, the Macavity, and winner of the Anthony award. 
Publisher, Crippen & Landru Publishers. 


Seeking published Sisters in Crime members for help with Pride Award

"Mia P. Manansala"
 
Edited

EDIT: We've filled all the critique slots! Thank you so much to everyone who volunteered.

Hello everyone,

I'm one of the volunteer program coordinators for Sisters in Crime, and we're currently working on the Pride Award. Here's the link if you're not familiar with it (it's new this year) and please enter/share with people who would be interested: https://www.sistersincrime.org/page/PrideSUBS

The winner and runners up all receive a partial critique (2,500-5,000 words) from an established member of Sisters in Crime. Brenda Buchanan has already kindly volunteered to do one critique, so I'm looking for 4 more published members that are comfortable with giving constructive criticism to an up-and-coming queer crime writer.

If you're interested, please email Sherry Harris at sherryharrisauthor [at] gmail [dot] com
--
Mia P. Manansala, Author & Book Coach (she/her)
Arsenic and Adobo (Berkley/Penguin Random House May 4, 2021)


Looking for writing resources for up and coming queer crime writers

"Mia P. Manansala"
 

Hi everyone,

I'm one of the volunteer program coordinators for Sisters in Crime, and we're currently working on the Pride Award. Here's the link if you're not familiar with it (it's new this year) and please enter/share with people who would be interested: https://www.sistersincrime.org/page/PrideSUBS

One of the things entrants receive is a welcome packet with resources to help guide beginning writers. This can be websites, organizations, tips, etc. Anything that would be helpful to someone starting this journey. We wanted to update the packet to add any resources that would be particularly help for queer writers, such as building a supportive community, etc.

I'm very new to this community, so I'd appreciate any help in this area. Thanks!
--
Mia P. Manansala, Author & Book Coach (she/her)
Arsenic and Adobo (Berkley/Penguin Random House May 4, 2021)


Re: WIP Weds: What are you working on? #WIPWeds

Darrell Z. Grizzle
 

My goal for this weekend is simple: to write an action scene for a thriller novella. 


On Wed, Feb 17, 2021 at 2:31 PM Senta Scarborough <Sentascarborough@...> wrote:
I'm in an outlining phase of my second act of my script. Moving along nicely. Glad to hear others are doing well. 

Senta Scarborough is an award-winning journalist and Emmy-nominated producer.  She is the founder of Sentamatic Media focusing primarily on screenwriting, journalism and non-fiction projects. Her work has appeared in AdweekIntoUSA Today, E! News, US Weekly Magazine and Asheville Poetry Review, among others.  She  is a lifetime member of the National Gay and Lesbian Journalist’s Association where she served as a board director for two terms. She holds her MFA in Creative Writing and Writing for the Performing Arts from the University of California Riverside/Palm Desert. Find her on social media @sentascar.


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Congrats, Elliot!

Peace out,
Dharma Kelleher

Gritty Crime Fiction with a Feminist Kick


On Feb 17, 2021, at 11:48 AM, Eliot <eliotp@...> wrote:


Hi, all--

So good to hear from you! My latest novel, A FINAL CALL, which is a sequel to my book CODE FOR MURDER, was accepted by Headline Books. It will be out this Fall. Also, I got asked to work on an exciting non-fiction project which I am really excited about. 

Glad to hear you all are well! Keep writing!

Eliot


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To: main@queercrimewriters.groups.io <main@queercrimewriters.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [Queercrimewriters] WIP Weds: What are you working on? #WIPWeds
 
I just turned my latest novel in to my editor. I’m going through one of my series to create a story bible. Then I have another novel written last year to revise. 

Peace out,
Dharma Kelleher

Gritty Crime Fiction with a Feminist Kick


On Feb 17, 2021, at 10:07 AM, Bess Carnan <BCarnan@...> wrote:

I'm stuck as heck right now on writing, which works out because it's a crunch time for my podcast. But still! Tell me what you're working on so i'm encouraged to pick up a pencil again. :)
--

Bess
she/her
writer of unconventional mysteries
www.BessCarnanBooks.com


Re: WIP Weds: What are you working on? #WIPWeds

Senta Scarborough
 

I'm in an outlining phase of my second act of my script. Moving along nicely. Glad to hear others are doing well. 

Senta Scarborough is an award-winning journalist and Emmy-nominated producer.  She is the founder of Sentamatic Media focusing primarily on screenwriting, journalism and non-fiction projects. Her work has appeared in AdweekIntoUSA Today, E! News, US Weekly Magazine and Asheville Poetry Review, among others.  She  is a lifetime member of the National Gay and Lesbian Journalist’s Association where she served as a board director for two terms. She holds her MFA in Creative Writing and Writing for the Performing Arts from the University of California Riverside/Palm Desert. Find her on social media @sentascar.


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Subject: Re: [Queercrimewriters] WIP Weds: What are you working on? #WIPWeds
 
Congrats, Elliot!

Peace out,
Dharma Kelleher

Gritty Crime Fiction with a Feminist Kick
https://dharmakelleher.com


On Feb 17, 2021, at 11:48 AM, Eliot <eliotp@...> wrote:


Hi, all--

So good to hear from you! My latest novel, A FINAL CALL, which is a sequel to my book CODE FOR MURDER, was accepted by Headline Books. It will be out this Fall. Also, I got asked to work on an exciting non-fiction project which I am really excited about. 

Glad to hear you all are well! Keep writing!

Eliot


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Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2021 1:02 PM
To: main@queercrimewriters.groups.io <main@queercrimewriters.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [Queercrimewriters] WIP Weds: What are you working on? #WIPWeds
 
I just turned my latest novel in to my editor. I’m going through one of my series to create a story bible. Then I have another novel written last year to revise. 

Peace out,
Dharma Kelleher

Gritty Crime Fiction with a Feminist Kick
https://dharmakelleher.com


On Feb 17, 2021, at 10:07 AM, Bess Carnan <BCarnan@...> wrote:

I'm stuck as heck right now on writing, which works out because it's a crunch time for my podcast. But still! Tell me what you're working on so i'm encouraged to pick up a pencil again. :)
--

Bess
she/her
writer of unconventional mysteries
www.BessCarnanBooks.com


Re: WIP Weds: What are you working on? #WIPWeds

Dharma Kelleher
 

Congrats, Elliot!

Peace out,
Dharma Kelleher

Gritty Crime Fiction with a Feminist Kick
https://dharmakelleher.com


On Feb 17, 2021, at 11:48 AM, Eliot <eliotp@...> wrote:


Hi, all--

So good to hear from you! My latest novel, A FINAL CALL, which is a sequel to my book CODE FOR MURDER, was accepted by Headline Books. It will be out this Fall. Also, I got asked to work on an exciting non-fiction project which I am really excited about. 

Glad to hear you all are well! Keep writing!

Eliot


From: main@queercrimewriters.groups.io <main@queercrimewriters.groups.io> on behalf of Dharma Kelleher <dharma.kelleher@...>
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2021 1:02 PM
To: main@queercrimewriters.groups.io <main@queercrimewriters.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [Queercrimewriters] WIP Weds: What are you working on? #WIPWeds
 
I just turned my latest novel in to my editor. I’m going through one of my series to create a story bible. Then I have another novel written last year to revise. 

Peace out,
Dharma Kelleher

Gritty Crime Fiction with a Feminist Kick
https://dharmakelleher.com


On Feb 17, 2021, at 10:07 AM, Bess Carnan <BCarnan@...> wrote:

I'm stuck as heck right now on writing, which works out because it's a crunch time for my podcast. But still! Tell me what you're working on so i'm encouraged to pick up a pencil again. :)
--

Bess
she/her
writer of unconventional mysteries
www.BessCarnanBooks.com


Re: WIP Weds: What are you working on? #WIPWeds

Eliot
 

Hi, all--

So good to hear from you! My latest novel, A FINAL CALL, which is a sequel to my book CODE FOR MURDER, was accepted by Headline Books. It will be out this Fall. Also, I got asked to work on an exciting non-fiction project which I am really excited about. 

Glad to hear you all are well! Keep writing!

Eliot


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To: main@queercrimewriters.groups.io <main@queercrimewriters.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [Queercrimewriters] WIP Weds: What are you working on? #WIPWeds
 
I just turned my latest novel in to my editor. I’m going through one of my series to create a story bible. Then I have another novel written last year to revise. 

Peace out,
Dharma Kelleher

Gritty Crime Fiction with a Feminist Kick
https://dharmakelleher.com


On Feb 17, 2021, at 10:07 AM, Bess Carnan <BCarnan@...> wrote:

I'm stuck as heck right now on writing, which works out because it's a crunch time for my podcast. But still! Tell me what you're working on so i'm encouraged to pick up a pencil again. :)
--

Bess
she/her
writer of unconventional mysteries
www.BessCarnanBooks.com


Re: WIP Weds: What are you working on? #WIPWeds

Catherine Maiorisi
 

Tweaking a story for a Bella Books anthology. Noodling who Corelli and Parker are in book 4 and what they want, and starting to focus on the victim of the murder and where to start the story.

Catherine


On Feb 17, 2021, at 12:07 PM, Bess Carnan <BCarnan@...> wrote:

I'm stuck as heck right now on writing, which works out because it's a crunch time for my podcast. But still! Tell me what you're working on so i'm encouraged to pick up a pencil again. :)
--

Bess
she/her
writer of unconventional mysteries
www.BessCarnanBooks.com

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Readers rave: Complex characters, well-written, intelligent, page turner, clever plotting, multi-layered, intense, instantly hooks you, couldn’t put down

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Re: WIP Weds: What are you working on? #WIPWeds

Dharma Kelleher
 

I just turned my latest novel in to my editor. I’m going through one of my series to create a story bible. Then I have another novel written last year to revise. 

Peace out,
Dharma Kelleher

Gritty Crime Fiction with a Feminist Kick
https://dharmakelleher.com


On Feb 17, 2021, at 10:07 AM, Bess Carnan <BCarnan@...> wrote:

I'm stuck as heck right now on writing, which works out because it's a crunch time for my podcast. But still! Tell me what you're working on so i'm encouraged to pick up a pencil again. :)
--

Bess
she/her
writer of unconventional mysteries
www.BessCarnanBooks.com

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