Pay if Forward Friday #FollowFriday

On Wednesday, April 29, the Mystery Writers of America hosts a symposium where you can hear the Edgar nominees talk about their craft. I’m incredibly honored to be moderating one of the panels, which will be on the topic of Creating Characters That The Reader Can Relate To. Don’t we all want to know the answer to this?

There will be five fabulous authors on my panel, and I’d strongly recommend reading their books, and following them (and perhaps attending the panel!)

They are:

Susan Alice Bickford, author of Dread of Winter, Kensington Books, nominated for Best Paperback Original Website: susanalicebickford.com Twitter: @bixxib Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/susan.bickford.56

Barbara Bourland, author of Fake Like Me, Hachette Book Group-Grand Central Publishing, nominated for Best Novel www.barbarabourland.com Twitter: @babsbourland

Greg Howard, author of The Whispers, Pengin Young Readers-G.P. Putnam’s Sons BFYR, nominated for Best Juvenile Nominee Twitter: @greghowardbooks Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ghoward66 Website: greghowardbooks.com

Jonathan Moore, author of Blood Relations, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt-Mariner Books, nominated for Best Paperback Website: https://www.hmhbooks.com/author/Jonathan-Moore/20914136 Twitter: @JonMooreFiction

Hank Phillippi Ryan, author of The Murder List, Forge Books, nominated for the Mary Higgins Clark Award. Website: hankphillippiryan.com Twitter: @HankPRyan Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HankPhillippiRyanAuthor/

Congratulations to all the nominees. I look forward to meeting them, and learning from them.

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