Photographs from a successful talk by crime writer, Pauline Rowson to the U3A group - a packed audience

Just over 100 people packed St George's Church Hall in Waterlooville, Hampshire at the U3A meeting to hear me speak about my marine mystery police procedural crime novels and thrillers, set on the South Coast of England.  Here are some photographs taken from the event.  Unfortunately there are none of me signing my novels because my photographer (my husband, Bob)  was busy answering questions and taking the money!!!

Crime writer Pauline Rowson talking to a packed audience

Pauline Rowson explaining how she writes her crime novels to the U3A audience
Pauline Rowson reads an extract from her thriller, In For The Kill 

Crime author Pauline Rowson answering questions about her marine mystery crime novels

I really enjoyed meeting so many lovely people and was delighted to sign copies of my novels. Thank you to U3A Waterlooville for making me so welcome.


Geraldine Evans said…
Sounds like you had a great time, Pauline. And what a large audience! Hope you sold a bundle of books.
Geraldine Evans Crime Author.
Anonymous said…
I was in the audience and it was a great talk with humour and a very interesting part about how Pauline goes about writing her novels.
Martin Hodgkinson
Pauline Rowson said…
Thanks for your feedback, Martin, glad you enjoyed it. I thoroughly enjoyed meeting you all.
Liz Valette said…
Because he'd heard you talking on Radio Solent a member requested that you speak to us. And lo! His wish was granted. I'm really sorry I missed it but I will catch up with you at CSI Portsmouth on 6th November at The John Pounds Centre.

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