Connecticut has a mysterious secret. It’s the fourth annual Mystery Festival hosted by the Easton Library. If you read or write mysteries you won’t want to miss this fun weekend where you can meet authors and find out how to hone your craft. Even if you write in a different genre, you might find the plot structuring techniques of mystery writers helpful.
This year’s festival is to be held on Saturday April 14th and Sunday April 15th at the Trumbull Marriott Hotel. The guest of honor will be best-selling author, Michael Palmer http://www.michaelpalmerbooks.com/ whose latest novel Oath of Office is to be published by St. Martin’s Press on February 14th.
The authors currently planning to attend include Cara Black http://www.carablack.com/ who writes the Aimee Leduc mysteries, thriller writer Andrew Gross http://www.andrewgrossbooks.com/ Cleo Coyle, http://www.coffeehousemystery.com/ author of the Coffeehouse Mysteries, Rosemary Harris http://www.rosemaryharris.com/index.html, Daniel Palmer http://www.danielpalmerbooks.com/ , Hilary Davidson http://www.hilarydavidson.com/Crime_Novels.html , and Edward Conlon, http://edwardconlon.com/ former cop and now crime writer.
All this for just $65 if you book before March 1. If you think you’d like to attend, you can find all the latest updates and the registration form at www.murder203.com.