Tracy Weber’s Killer Hobbies blog

Oct. 1, 2015

Tracy Weber’s Killer Hobbies blog

I was invited to have a guest post at Tracy’s blog. Check it out on Thursday, Oct. 1. Check it out at:

http://killerhobbies.blogspot.com/

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Wisconsin Book Festival: Read Local! Author Showcase 


Oct. 3, Middleton, WI

Wisconsin Book Festival: Read Local! Author Showcase 
Free.

21 authors all day. Fast and fun talks, book signings.

4-4:15 p.m. Christine DeSmet.

Middleton Public Library, 7425 Hubbard Ave., Middleton, Wis.

http://www.midlibrary.org/

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Upcoming Event in Chicago

Sept. 19, Chicago, IL

Free 4th Annual Writers Block Party

Sponsored by Chicago Writers Association and In Print

“Scripting Your Story” with Christine DeSmet and others talking about screenplay writing. Books will be on sale to benefit the library.
1-4 p.m., Sat., Sept. 19

Gail Borden Public Library, 270 N. Grove Ave., Elgin, Ill.

Learn more at: http://www.chicagowrites.org/

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I focus on writing tips and news, authors and their new books.

And of course there’s news about fudge and the Fudge Shop Mystery Series.

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Please join me for the Belgian kermis in Door County

Aug. 30, Namur, Wis.

Please join me for the Belgian kermis in Door County

Belgian Heritage Center in Namur at 1255 County Road DK (near Brussels, Wis.).

Approximately 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. (Check their website and Facebook page.)

A kermis is a fall harvest celebration. Everybody is welcome for the free live music. You don’t need to be Belgian to enjoy the beer, booyah, and Belgian pies, PLUS ice cream made with a John Deere tractor. Add raffles and my books on sale. The fun time is a fundraiser for the Center.

At the kermis, you’ll see the places found in my new mystery: St. Mary of the Snows church, which is now the Belgian Heritage Center; the old country school where the nuns taught; a roadside chapel; the historic cemetery and gravestones of early Belgian settlers that hold important clues; and more.

http://www.belgianheritagecenter.org/en-us/default.aspx

 

Visit the Namur Belgian Heritage Foundation on Facebook.

I now post on Facebook, too. Please visit me there for news and events!

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