By Diana Catt
You can read Diana’s stories: Photo Finish in the mystery anthology Racing Can Be Murder, Boneyard Busted in the mystery anthology Bedlam at the Brickyard, and The Art of the Game in the mystery anthology Hoosier Hoops and Hijinks.
It was a dark and stormy month…and we’ll end it with A Day of Mystery! Speed City Indiana Sisters in Crime will host A Day of Mystery at Barnes and Noble, 8675 River Crossing Rd, Indianapolis, on Sunday July 26th with events scheduled throughout the day. SCISinC will have four anthologies available for sale: Racing Can Be Murder, Bedlam at the Brickyard, Hoosier Hoops and Hijinks, and their newest release, Decades of Dirt.
Author signings will be from 11-5. Andrea Smith, Claudia Pfeiffer, Elaine Orr, Cheryl Shore, Norman Campbell, Diana Catt, Brenda Stewart, Judy Broderick, Michelle May, Bridgett Kephart, Michael Dabney, Ashley Couts, Crystal Evans, Lilly Rhodes, and Tony Perona will be available for signing their books.
There will be a treasure hunt and game table active throughout the day with prizes, snacks and giveaways. Michael Dabney and Ashley Couts will give a presentation on NaNoWriMo (national novel writing month) at 2 pm and we will have author readings on the hour. Barnes and Noble will donate a percentage of all sales on Sunday to SCISinC, so this is a great day to start your holiday shopping: books make wonderful gifts but there’s so much more in the store, for example you could order that holiday cheesecake early and pick it up when you need it. In addition, it is also James Patterson Day with deals galore.
Sisters in Crime is a national organization for writers and readers. Our chapter meets the 4th Saturday of the month at this Barnes and Noble and we bring in excellent guest speakers. Both the meeting and the speaker session are open to the public. SCISinC also hosts workshops, retreats, a critique group, networking, and publication opportunities for aspiring writers. Please visit our display on Sunday, July 26th to learn more about our chapter.