A life of crime with Pauline Rowson - fictional that is!

I'm delighted and honoured to have been asked to speak at the Southern Regional meeting of The Society of Women Writers and Journalists on 22 October at 2pm. 

A thriller by Pauline Rowson
I will be giving a talk entitled "A Life of Crime with Pauline Rowson".  At the meeting, which is held in Chichester, West Sussex I will provide an insight to my fellow professional writers into how I research, write and market my marine mystery police procedural crime novels and thrillers.

The Society of Women Writers and Journalists is the UK's oldest Society for professional women writers. Founded in 1894 by newspaper proprietor Joseph Snell Wood, it has grown to become an international association, and is affiliated to women's associations worldwide. In 2004, men who are published writers were invited to join as Associate members.

The aims of the Society include the encouragement of literary achievement, the upholding of professional standards, and social contact with fellow writers and others in the field, including editors, publishers, broadcasters, and agents.

It will be interesting giving a talk to other professional writers and exchanging views.  Looking forward to it.

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