Community Writes workshop celebrates independent authors

Three local authors will lead the workshops on Saturday, Oct. 12.
Local authors (l.-r.) Tamsen Schultz, Eileen Rendahl, and Marilyn Reynolds will be featured at a free Community Writes workshop on Saturday, October 12th, 2:00-4:30 p.m. at the Winters Community Library. Participants will learn the ins and outs of writing mystery, humor, and memoir, and will have the chance to practice the craft of writing. The workshop is sponsored by Winters Friends of the Library as part of Indie Author Day.

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Til Death or Dementia Do Us Part, a compassionate account of her husband’s first puzzling symptoms of dementia and the emotional, practical and financial adjustments required as his disease progressed. Eileen Rendahl will lead the humor workshop. Rendahl is the national-bestselling and award-winning author of the paranormal mystery Messenger series and four “chick lit “novels. Her alter ego, Eileen Carr, writes romantic suspense. Her other alter egos, Kristi Abbott and Lillian Bell, write cozy mysteries. Her work has won the Lories Award and the Beacon Award in the Mainstream Novel with Romantic Elements category and the National Readers Choice Award in the Paranormal category. Tamsen Schultz will lead the Mystery Workshop.Schultz is the author of the romantic suspense Windsor Series. She’s an RWA Daphne Du Maurier Excellence in Mystery finalist and winner of the 2017 American Fiction Award (Mystery Category) for her novel A Darkness Black. She is currently at work on her first historical mystery, set in St. Thomas, the Danish West Indies, in 1884. For more information about Winters Friends of the Library or this event, visit wfol.org. To learn more about Indie Author Day, visit indieauthorday.com.]]>

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