Do you have a whodunit in you waiting to be born on the page? If so, you might want to check out Writing Killer Fiction: The Mystery Writers Craft, a workshop on mystery writing to be taught by best-selling suspense novelist Jane K. Cleland .
Experienced and beginning writers alike are welcome to learn more about the art of writing a gripping whodunit.
The seminar follows the release of Clelands newest book, Deadly Threads , which will be available in hardcover on April 12. Deadly Threads tells the story of protagonist Josie Prescotts hunt for the killer of a vintage clothing guest speaker.
Cleland is the author of the six books in the Josie Prescott Antiques Mystery series . She is also the chairwoman of the Wolfe Packs literary awards and a board member of the New York chapter of Mystery Writers of America .
The Greenwich Arts Council is located at 299 Greenwich Ave. Registration is required, but limited. Admission is $125 or $105 for Westport Writers Workshop and Greenwich Arts Council members.
Clelands books will be available for purchase and signing. For more information, contact Cleland directly at email@example.com or call the Westport Writers Workshop at (203) 227-3250.
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