Legal Issues for Authors

Have you ever wondered if someone could steal your manuscript? Have you ever badmouthed someone in your book and wondered if they could sue you? Have you ever wondered if it’s safe to say your character drank a Coke or a Lone Star Beer? These are the questions that Manning Wolfe will cuss and discuss. She will also provide information on copyright,Continue reading “Legal Issues for Authors”

Publishing Beyond Borders

Alexandra Burt, author of the thriller Remember Mia (also published as Little Girl Gone), will be our guest speaker on Sunday, December 13, 2015.  Alexandra, born in Fulda, Germany, made do with a small town library when growing up and became interested in crime fiction and serial killers.  After three years of writing classes andContinue reading “Publishing Beyond Borders”

Mystery Panel

MysteryPeople coordinator Scott Montgomery brings together a panel with Hopeton Hay of KAZI FM 88.7 radio and writers Minerva Koenig and Jesse Sublett to present a program on mysteries at the Sisters In Crime: Heart of Texas meeting November 8, 2015. Prepare to have fun and ask questions. Sisters in Crime: Heart of Texas Chapter meets monthly onContinue reading “Mystery Panel”

Just Published: Three-Legged Horse by Russ Hall

Russ Hall’s new book, Three-Legged Horse, a Justin Bodean Western, will be released October 21, 2015. Russ Hall is a prolific author, Sisters in Crime: Heart of Texas member, and mentor to aspiring writers. Russ Hall has published more than 20 books of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry. The Writers’ League of Texas awarded him itsContinue reading “Just Published: Three-Legged Horse by Russ Hall”

Jesse Sublett: Music, Mysteries, and 1960s Austin Gangsters

Author Jesse Sublett will be our guest speaker at Sisters in Crime: Heart of Texas chapter’s meeting, Sunday, October 11 at 2:15 p.m. at the Yarborough Public Library. He will play guitar, sing songs, and talk to us about gangsters in Austin, among other things. He will discuss how he came to write 1960s AustinContinue reading “Jesse Sublett: Music, Mysteries, and 1960s Austin Gangsters”