In first grade I found my calling: Show and Tell. It was my best subject. And while my career goals morphed over the years from spy to teacher to curator to historian to writer, my fondness for Show and Tell never wavered. Today, whenever I give talks at libraries or museums, visit with book clubs, or attend author conferences, I bring along Stuff to augment my presentations. Stuff helps me connect to readers. It draws them to my table at a book fair or brings them up to the
I've heard it said that if you fiind something you love, you'll never work a day in your life...not exactly. I always loved the idea of writing, and the first time I sat down to write, I was fueled by so may exciting story ideas. I was exhilarated and nervous as I imagined effortlessly giving form to the stories that had swirled in my head for years. I was sure the words would flow and that my story would blossom. And then I sat down at the keyboard. A funny thing happened
Hello ThrillWriters - ready to twist your plotline with a new character? How about a brilliant paralegal to help thwart your wily villain?
Fiona - I'd like to welcome fellow Sisters In Crime member Tina Glasneck. Can you tell us a bit about your career as a paralegal? Tina - I’ve been a criminal paralegal for almost 10 years, and I’ve worked on a multitude of criminal cases, ranging from simple possession to premeditated murder. My job has taken me to numerous jails, detent