More on the Public Safety Writers Association Conference

I wanted to share this photo from the conference because I love it. Keith Bettinger, retired cop, is receiving one of his prizes from Michelle Perin-Callahan, contest chair. Keith also took care of securing the hotel and solving all the problems that came up--and yes, they do happen in the best planned conferences. Keith has a wonderful sense of humor and keeps everyone in stitches with his cop stories. He's written a full-length book and lots of short stories.

Michelle is a police dispatcher, writes for several law enforcement magazines, is a mom of two, and a newlywed, besides being in charge of the PSWA writing contest. She's a great gal and lots of fun to be around. To show how supportive she is, she drove authors to Henderson to a bookstore for a group signing after the conference even though she didn't have a book to sell.

This is a great group. I could go on and on about them. If you write mysteries with characters in law enforcement or fire fighting or other public safety organizations, or write non-fiction about or for any of the same, by all means, consider joining PSWA.



billiejohn said…
I couldn't agree more about the PSWA conference. I drove from IL to attend. This is a terrific group of people...check it out!

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