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The Louisville Sisters in Crime chapter is pleased to welcome our guest speaker, Valerie Kane, Saturday May 14 at 1 PM at the Barnes and Noble (801 S. Hurstbourne Pkwy). The event is free and open to the public.

(Bio provided by Valerie Kane):
Valerie Kane is the award-winning author of short stories and eight novels (written under her pen name, Valerie Kirkwood). She has also been the editor of a religious quarterly, a columnist for a writers' magazine, and has taught writing at conferences around the country as well as at Bellarmine University in Louisville, Ky. Recently, she and her cousins Diane L. Cosentino and Pamela Constantino Zdenovec co-authored Feste! Celebrate with Italian Cuisine, which won the Independent Book Publisher's 2012 "Living Now Bronze Award" in the Cooking/Ethnic /Holiday category. In addition to being a cookbook based on their "Nani's" recipes, arranged by the holidays for which they were prepared, Feste! is a family memoir. Her latest projects include a prayer book for her pre-school grand girls, and a start-up publication of St. Francis in the Fields Episcopal Church, slated to debut in late summer. Valerie is the mother of three and "Nana" of nine, ages 17 down to two-year- old twin girls. She attributes the longevity of her 44-year marriage to husband Alan to the grace of God and Alan's love of her pan-seared meatballs and bracciole (bra-chole).
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The Louisville Sisters in Crime chapter welcomes aviation thriller author and pilot, Dana Griffin, this Saturday, April 9th at 1 PM, at the Barnes and Noble on 801 S. Hurstbourne Pkwy, Louisville.

He'll be discussing how he came to write airline thrillers, the premise behind his books, errors authors make when writing aviation scenes, and resources writers use for getting information on aviation.
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Rayne Hall, editor of Fiends: Ten Tales of Demons, talks about demons and shares the inspiration for her story "Nine Rings of Silver and One of Bronze."
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E. Chris Garrison stops by Darkling Delights to talk about Blue Spirit, a paranormal urban fantasy published by Seventh Star Press.
 Since it is the first date of the tour, I'd do something introductory in nature about the book and the Tipsy Fairy Tales, kind of an intro thing. Once upon a time, a drunk gamer girl named Skye was possessed by a demon...
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Mark Cassell reveals the contributing authors of Fiends: Ten Tales of Demons. He also has a short story in this collection. 
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Join author Jan Scarbrough, our Louisville Sisters in Crime guest, as she presents "Flexibility is the name of the writing game: how I went from traditional to self-publishing." Where: Barnes & Noble (801 S Hurstbourne Pkwy). When: Saturday, August 8. Time: 1 PM. Free and open to the public.
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Join fellow Kentucky author Kim Michele Richardson at the local Sisters in Crime chapter this Saturday, February 13. She'll be talking about her novel The Liar's Bench and her upcoming novel GodPretty in the Tobacco Field. Place: Barnes and Noble (801 S. Hurstbourne Pkwy, Louisville) at 1 PM. The event is free and open to the public.
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Author John F. Allen stops by Darkling Delights to talk about his spy-fi/urban fantasy, Codename: Knight Ranger.
Everyone, please welcome John F. Allen, author of the urban fantasy/spy-fi novel, Codename: Knight Ranger, to Darkling Delights. 1. Genetically modified soldiers - an advantage or possible detriment? Both? Why? ANSW...
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I'm over at A Scribe from Beneath, talking about my short story "Inner Demon" from Fiends: Ten Tales of Demons. 
Rayne Hall's latest release, Fiends: Ten Tales of Demons, is now on sale. In this anthology, ten authors share their vision of demons, some drawing from their ethnic and cultural backgrounds, others inspired by observations f...
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Author Douglas Kolacki talks about what inspired him to write "The Devil Never Takes a Vacation and Neither Do I" in the new anthology Fiends: Ten Tales of Demons. 
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Fiends: Ten Tales of Demons contributor Debbie Christiana interviews cover artist Jamie Chapman. 
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Get a chance, would love for you to check out my "Angels of Death" Pinterest inspiration board. Meet characters, check out location shots, etc. 
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Writer of dark genre fiction, including the urban fantasy Death Sword (Lyrical Press), "It's in Your Blood" (Bites - Ten Tales of Vampires), "Family Heirloom" (Scared - Ten Tales of Horror), and "The May Lady Vanishes" (Beltane - Ten Stories of Witchcraft). My short screenplay, "Cemetery", placed second in The Writers Place short/teleplay competition.Lover of chess, cats, cemeteries, and old abandoned buildings. Watcher of silent films and drinker of copious amounts of coffee.
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