Making a Visit to the Paso Robles Library
This is my year for library visits. I have many lined up.
It all began with the Clovis Book Fair sponsored by the Book Barn and the Fresno Library. One of the librarians stopped by my table and asked if I'd like to speak at a library. I must've been the one most willing or exuberant, or who knows why, but he emailed and asked me to go to several. I've already visited the first one.
Another library speaking engagement came through the Central Coast Sisters in Crime group of which I am a member. I love going over to the coast, so I quickly agreed to be a part of a panel speaking about Writing a Best Seller. We will each be talking about different phases of writing and my main topic will be setting. And yes, I'll have handouts.
I'll also touch on the fact that age has nothing whatsoever to do with writing.
My fellow panelists are Diann Adamson and Cora Ramos.
We will be at the Paso Robles Library, 1000 Spring St., Paso Robles on Saturday, June 24th from 11-1.
If you live in the area, do drop by and see what we have to say.
I'll have my book, Not as it Seems, with me. It's set in the Central Coast area, Morro Bay and surroundings. I'll bring some of the other of the latest Deputy Tempe Crabtree books too.
And I'll also have a couple of the Rocky Bluff P.D. series mysteries as they are also set on the coast.
Hope to see some familiar faces.