I Hope to See You!

Just as the 2nd Kate Clifford (A Twisted Vengeance) is about to be released (9 May in the US and Canada, late May in the UK), the events page on my website goes down! But not to worry, I’ve reinstated the Appearances/Events page on my blog and will be keeping that up to date. The schedule for May and June 2017:

11 May at 1:30-3:00 pm  part of the International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University
session 49: When Medievalists Fictionalize the Middle Ages
my paper: The Mean Streets of Medieval York: The Murder Mystery as Cultural Lens

13 May at noon-1:00 Kazoo Books in the bookroom at the International Congress on Medieval Studies
Q&A and signing with a host of great writers

14 May 1:00 pm Aunt Agatha’s Mystery Bookshop 
signing with Sharan Newman and Greg Jolley

17 May noon Seattle Mystery Bookshop  signing

8 June, 7-8:30 pm Leeds Library, Leeds Big Bookend is sponsoring  In conversation with Candace Robb—my friend and fellow historical crime writer Chris Nickson will be talking about our craft!

12 June, 6:30-7:30 pm at York Explore
part of the York Festival of Ideas
For What It’s Worth… a workshop exploring the late medieval York setting for my books and the types of objects one might possess in the city for which people may steal (or kill!).

23-25 June, Historical Novel Society Conference, Portland, OR
23 June: 3:45-4:45  Session From Backlist to Frontlist with Jennifer Weltz and Ann Moore
open book signing on Saturday, 24 June

Hope to see you at one of these events!

 

2 Comments on “I Hope to See You!

  1. Good luck with the new Kate Clifford launch!

    Can you tell me, as an Owen Archer devotee if we are ever going to see the next book in the Owen Archer series please? Or have we seen the last of Owen, Lucy and Magda et al? I have waited so many years now, and struggled through illness and hoped against hope – but I am in an Owen Archer desert…

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