Tag: Lisa Cron

Summertime and the living is [un]easy…yet we’re reading crime novels

In anxious times, crime novels engage us and reassure us. Seems crazy, doesn’t it? A murderer is loose on the streets. We watch the sleuth(s), the more familiar the better, sort out the clues as they race against time to prevent more deaths. Although… Continue Reading “Summertime and the living is [un]easy…yet we’re reading crime novels”

A Moment in Time: Focusing the Historical Novel

On Saturday, 19 July, 4:00-5:30 pm I’ll be facilitating a workshop at the annual summer conference of the Pacific Northwest Writers Association. Details of the location are on the events page on my website (emmacampion.com). A workshop is a workshop, not a lecture. I… Continue Reading “A Moment in Time: Focusing the Historical Novel”