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Sisters in Crime ~ Heart of Texas Chapter

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 and gluttonous reading, she decided to tell her own stories.

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She is an outspoken animal rights activist and she one day hopes to live in a farmhouse and offer old arthritic dogs a comfy couch to live out their lives.  She currently lives in Central Texas with her husband, daughter, and two Chocolate Labrador Retrievers.  Alexandra will talk about writing and include her own experiences in preparing the same novel for publication in both the UK and the United States.

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November 2015

HOTSHOTS! Sisters in Crime Heart of Texas monthly newsletter

Scott Montgomery poses with Reavis Wortham at Sisters in Crime: Heart of Texas Chapter's all-day crime fiction workshop co-produced with BookPeople. Scott Montgomery poses with Reavis Wortham at Sisters in Crime: Heart of Texas Chapter’s all-day crime fiction workshop co-produced with BookPeople.

Scott Montgomery Presents Nov. 8

BookPeople crime fiction coordinator Scott Montgomery will present a mystery panel program called “Authors you don’t know and should,” Sunday, November 8, at 2:15 p.m. at the Sisters in Crime: Heart of Texas meeting at the Yarborough Public Library at 2200 Hancock Drive in Austin. Special guests include Hopeton Hay of KAZI FM 88.7, writers Minerva  Koenig and Jesse Sublett, and possible surprise visitors. Prepare to have fun and ask questions.

Alexandra Burt Talks Thrillers Dec. 13

ALEXANDRA BURTSisters in Crime member Alexandra Burt, author of the thriller Remember Mia (also published as Little Girl Gone), will be guest speaker at 2:15 p.m., Heart of Texas: Sisters in Crime meeting, Sunday, Dec. 13, at the Yarborough Public Library. She will talk about writing, including her experiences in preparing the…

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