The Greater St. Louis Chapter of Sisters in Crime is dedicated to helping every writer achieve the dream of publication. It is a place for men and women to find camaraderie and encouragement. Our main goal is to create an active, non-competitive atmosphere for writers, readers, and other lovers of the mystery genre.

 
Now is a great time to join Greater St. Louis Sisters in Crime. Join by January 31 to receive one of our super SinC coffee mugs.
 

*****Next Meeting*****

 

 

Discover the Five Secrets Which Hold the Key to Terrific Historical Mystery

 I won't keep you entirely in suspense until our next meeting--February 17--which also just happens to be the release date of my new Jemima McBustle Mystery--Mayhem at Buffalo Bill's Wild West. The first and foremost secret of historical mystery is that it is the same secret as every other mystery. To find out more about Secret #1 and the other four, come to our February meeting and join in the champagne celebration of my new Victorian Whodunit published by Five-Star Cengage.

Fedora Amis, author of Mayhaven Award winner and St. Louis Post-Dispatch Best Seller,
Jack the Ripper in St. Louis.  

Fedoraamis.com

For a bio, see my Sisters in Crime author page 

                                                                            

                   Artwork by Jennifer Stolzer

This meeting will be held at Thornhill LIbrary, 12863 Willowyck, St. Louis, MO 63146 (314-994-3300) with business meeting at 6:45 and progam from 7-9 p.m.. West of 270 on Page, exit at Bennington and drive south. Turn right on Fee Fee and right on Willowyck.  At the library, go past the auditorium into the library proper. The meeting room is on the far right. The meeting is free and open to the public 

 

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About Chapter Meetings 

Our meetings feature guest speakers who provide information on interesting topics. On those evenings where there is not a guest speaker or where the speaker finishes early, we have open readings, discussions on writing issues, networking, or a book discussion.  Past meetings have included presentations on marketing, how to conduct interviews, K-9 police, the world of indie publishing, and more.

We hope to see everyone at our Upcoming 2016 meetings.  Unless otherwise noted on the website, our meetings are held

The third Wednesday of every month except August, starting at 6:45pm
 
Library meetings are free and open to the public. Check our meeting schedule for full information on the folloiwng topics to be presented at our meetings.
 
February 10, 2016-Critique group at Novel Neighbors in Webster Groves (6-8 p.m.)
 
February 17, 2016-Five Secrets of Historical Mystery