August 02, 2018

We’ll always have a special affection for Tampa/St. Petersburg, Florida. It’s where Vince went to high school (Go Dunedin Falcons!). It’s where the two of us met. And it’s still where much of our extended family lives.

So it’s particularly exciting to head back to St. Petersburg for Bouchercon, especially with some news we’re itching to share. We have a packed schedule that isn’t even complete yet; we’ll update it as we learn more. Right now, here’s what we have on tap.

Thursday, September 6

4:00 – 4:45 PM    Panel – Lights, Camera, Action: It’s Hollywood

This should be interesting. Rosemarie, along with Diana Chambers and Howard Michael Gould, will appear on a panel that Vince is moderating. He promises not to play favorites.

5:00 – 5:45 PM    Panel – Two Heads Are Better Than One: Writing with a Co-Author

No rest for the wicked as we make back-to-back appearances! Jeffrey Wilson moderates a panel that we’ll be on with Robert Ryan and Deborah Ryan, who write as R. J. Bailey.

6:00 PM         Opening Ceremonies

Dangerous to Know is nominated for a Macavity, the Sue Feder Memorial Award for Best Historical Novel. We’ll be lurking somewhere close to the bar.

Friday, September 7

11:00 AM – 3:00 PM    Hospitality Suite

Forge takes over the suite on Friday morning, and we’ll be there for part of that time, signing books and participating in all kinds of fun.

We have more events in the planning stages, so check back for additional information.

While we have you here, how about a recommendation? We absolutely loved the new documentary Saving Brinton, which just played at Seattle’s Northwest Film Forum and is screening across the country in the coming months. It’s about an Iowa man who stumbles onto a treasure trove of silent films shown across the Midwest in the early days of the 20th century and his efforts to bring those movies to a new audience. If you have any interest in the history of motion pictures, you owe it to yourself to seek this fascinating, heartwarming story out.


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