They Called Me Dragon: A Narrative Account of my Adventures on the Planet Earth – Gail Ann Gibbs

Huge, green, and scaly, alien Professor J’o’ Ka Joarchim can’t convince the local peasants that he’s not a man-eating monster. The villagers chain a young woman to a cliff in sacrifice to him, but she has her own ideas about that. Helping her escape only aggravates the situation, and J’o’ ends up with a collection …

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Prospect for Murder – Jeanne Burrows-Johnson

Semi-retired journalist Natalie Seachrist’s had visions since childhood.  But when her twin Nathan confirms the body she saw draped over a vintage Mustang was his granddaughter, her world shatters.  With the cautionary help of retired police detective Keoni Hewitt, Natalie begins investigating the Honolulu foothills apartment where Ariel died.  There the writer discovers the fascinating …

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October 8th meeting: Mirandized Nation

Note: We will be in a different room this time — the doors to the left of the room we’re usually in. Look for the signage! Reminder: Our prices are now $25 for RSVP’d AMW members, $30 non-members. We have all heard the famous Miranda Rights. But how did they come to be? Join us …

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September 10th meeting: Serial Killers; Creating Believable, Compelling Characters

Reminder: Our prices are now $25 for RSVP’d AMW members, $30 non-members. Serial killers are a staple of mystery and thriller writing. But what part of the popular conception of serial killers is genuine, and what are just creative liberties? Join us in welcoming Marsheila Rockwell and Jeffrey J. Mariotte, long-time authors with more than …

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