Lying for a Living: my Sisters in Crime speech

In September I was honored to be the after dinner speaker for Sisters in Crime’s “SinC Into Great Writing” workshop in St. Louis.

My talk is now online: Meg Gardiner — Lying for a Living.

If, you know, you’re interested in my ideas on how to write — and not to write — thrillers, and my story of getting published.

*End self-pimpery.*

5 responses to “Lying for a Living: my Sisters in Crime speech

  1. That was fantastic, I thoroughly enjoyed it. Thanks for sharing the link, this is probably the only way I will get to attend a conference with you, so it is very much appreciated.

  2. I agree with Flakes. I’ll never see you in person, so this is the next best thing to being able to being there.

    Thanks Meg!

  3. Thanks, guys. And never say never… who knows whether we’ll run into each other?

  4. being able to being there? I was drugged up yesterday–had a medical procedure done (I have no excuse for the other days.)

    You know where I live Meg, and we have a Barnes and Noble in the capital city — and it’s so close to a place you visit often….

    • Deej: I didn’t even notice and I don’t have the excuse of pain, suffering and medicinal drugs. (Or any drugs for that matter! :roll:)

      Meg: We don’t have a Barnes and Noble close by… but it can be quite pretty out this way if you ever decide to take the (really) long way home.

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