October RMMWA Meeting


October 11 Meeting



RSVP by Monday, October 8

Price: RMMWA members $20, guests $25 Includes dinner and presentation
CADA, 290 E. Speer Blvd., Denver

Program: David Maloney, Lab Manager, Forensic Services, CBI

More details to follow.

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Upcoming Events

  1. October Meeting

    October 11 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
  2. November Meeting

    November 8 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
  3. December Meeting

    December 13 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Member News

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Signings and Sightings

Christine Carbo
Reading and signing
Midtown Reader Bookstore
1123 Thomasville Road Tallahassee, Florida
September 15
2–4 pm


Margaret Mizushima
Book Launch Party
Burning Ridge
Rolland Moore Park, Shelter #2 2201 S. Shields Street
Fort Collins


September 19 6pm
J.L. Abramo
Launch reception for American History
Mercury Café
2199 California Street Denver


September 20 5–9pm
Margaret Mizushima
Book signing with JoAnna Luloff
Covered Treasures Bookstore 105 2nd Street
Monument, Colorado


September 21 6pm
Margaret Mizushima
Author talk and book signing
Saguache Library 702 Pitkin Ave.
Saguache, Colorado


September 22
Carter Wilson
Class: Writing Thrillers
Boulder Writing Studio 777 Pearl St. #211 Boulder


September 25 6:30pm
Margaret Mizushima
Author talk and signing
Fort Morgan Library 414 Main Street
Fort Morgan, Colorado


September 29 2pm
Margaret Mizushima
Author talk and signing with Scott Graham, C.C. Harrison, and Roger Johns
Poisoned Pen Bookstore
4014 N. Goldwater Blvd. #101 Scottsdale, Arizona


October 6
Carter Wilson
Class: First-Page Critique
Boulder Writing Studio 777 Pearl St., #211 Boulder


October 22 7pm
Manuel Ramos & Mark Stevens
“Rum & Tequila” book launches
and signings for The Golden Havana Night (Ramos) and The Melancholy Howl (Stevens)
Tattered Cover-Colfax 2626 East Colfax Ave. Denver


RMMWA Programs Online

On the Members Only page, you can listen to the full version of some of our programs. Click the highlighted portion of the program below to hear a short sample. If you need help with the link, or the password to the Members Only page, contact the webmaster.

January 2017 Dale Lovin

Burning Ridge

American History

The Golden Havana Night

The Melancholy Howl

Falcon's Prey

Pushback

Santa Fe Mourning

Fractured Families

Blood and Gasoline

Visions of Ted Bundy

Murder Under the Oaks

Identity Crisis

New Releases

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Articles

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Presentation: Fleur Bradley

Fleur (F.T.) Bradley will be presenting at Educator Night for current school teachers, librarians and school administrators in the Denver Metro area involved in literacy. Venue: Tattered Cover Aspen Grove (Sept. 5) and Tattered Cover Colfax (Sept. 6). Registration...

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Sale: The Dead Girl in 2A by Carter Wilson

Carter Wilson is excited to announce the sale of his next psychological thriller, The Dead Girl in 2A, to Sourcebooks. Look for it late-summer 2019. Carter will also be teaching two upcoming classes at the Boulder Writing Studio. Writing Thrillers will take place on...

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New Release: Burning Ridge by Margaret Mizushima

Margaret Mizushima is pleased to announce the Sept. 11 release of Burning Ridge, the fourth episode in her Timber Creek K-9 Mystery series. Colorado’s Redstone Ridge is a place of extraordinary beauty, but this rugged mountain wilderness harbors a horrifying secret....

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New Release: American History by J.L. Abramo

American History, a novel by Shamus Award-winning author J.L. Abramo, will be released by Down & Out Books on Sept. 3, 2018. Join Joe at the Mercury Café, 2199 California Street, Denver, on Sept. 19 for a launch reception beginning at 6 PM, followed by readings from...

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Launch Event: Manuel Ramos and Mark Stevens

Manuel Ramos and Mark Stevens are teaming up to launch their new books on Monday, Oct. 22 at The Tattered Cover (Colfax store). The event begins at 7 p.m. Ramos’ new book is The Golden Havana  Night—A Sherlock Homie Mystery. Stevens’ novel, the fifth in The Allison...

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The Ups and Downs of the Publishing Business

By Kathleen Donnelly In August, authors Chris Goff and Kevin Wolf and literary agent Terrie Wolf gave a wonderful panel discussion about their writing journeys including the ups and downs of their publishing careers. Each person had a unique story, but all came back...

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June 2018 Mystery Minute

By Z.J. Czupor The Mother of American Mystery: Anna Katharine Green Every member of Mystery Writers of America knows well the father of the American detective story – Edgar Allan Poe, whose 1841 story Murders in the Rue Morgue introduced C. Auguste Dupin, the...

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March 2018 Mystery Minute

By Z. J. Czupor Before he writes a single word, he spends eight months outlining the story. His outlines are generally 150 pages long. Why? Because he wants the plots of his books, which usually include four or more subplots, to be perfectly choreographed. Then, he’s...

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