Local Authors To Teach Mystery Writing

| August 7, 2011 | 0 Comments

Local authors Rosemary and Larry Mild are offering a course on “Writing Mystery, Suspense & Thriller Fiction” at Anne Arundel Community College, 101 College Parkway, Arnold. The course will run five sessions on Tuesdays, 7 to 9:30 p.m., beginning September 13.

Registration is now open. Learn to create compelling characters and strong plots through writing exercises and discussion of your work in a congenial, supportive atmosphere. Acquire skills to manage and market your manuscripts. Students receive handouts and a gift from a literary grab bag each session. For more information, contact AACC at 410-777-2325 or email the Milds at [email protected].

If you saw the movie Lilo & Stitch you know that “ohana” means “family” in Hawaiian. Rosemary and Larry’s new novel is all about family: Cry Ohana, Adventure and Suspense in Hawaii. The review in Mainly Mysteries says: “Chase scenes and plot twists abound in this exciting story. We are given murder and blackmail as well as human pathos and drama in abundance. A compelling and poignant novel.”

The Milds also coauthored the popular Paco and Molly mystery series: Locks & Cream Cheese (mayhem and murder on the Chesapeake Bay); Hot Grudge Sunday (conspirators derail the sleuths’ honeymoon trip out West); and Boston Scream Pie (a harrowing tale of twins).

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