Interested in writing thrillers and mysteries? The In Print World of Words Book Fair will feature four authors whodunit on a panel about writing Mystery-Thrillers on Saturday, October 19th at the Barnes and Noble in Cherry Valley. The foursome will talk about the writing process and take questions from 12:00 – 1:00.
Joann Fastoff Blackman was the publicist for musical group Kool and the Gang. One of her plays won the Village Gate One-Act Festival Award in 1993. She is the author of three novels. She will be available to sign her books from 10:30 to 11:30.
Libby Hellman is the author of ten compulsively readable crime thrillers, plus the Ellie Foreman and George Davis series. She writes short stories and novellas and has lived in Chicago for thirty-five years. She will autograph her books from 1:30 to 2:30.
M.E. May published her award-winning novel Perfidy and her latest Inconspicuous in 2013. Both books are part of her Circle City Mystery Series. Speed City Sisters in Crime has included her short story Uncle Vito and the Cheerleader in their anthology Hoosier Hoops and Hijinx. She studied Social and Behavioral Sciences at Indiana University. She will be signing books from 1:15 to 2:30.
Patricia Rockwell is a retired college professor. She writes two cozy mystery series – the Pamela Barnes Acoustic Mysteries and the Essie Cobb Senior Sleuth Mysteries. She also runs her own publishing company, Cozy Cat Press. She will be available to sign books from 10 – 11:30.
The Book Fair begins at 10:00 and runs until 5:00. A portion of all purchases made at Barnes and Noble – in store on online – using the code 11156932 will go to In Print, allowing us to continue our support of writers and writing activities.