The special guest for our March 3rd chapter meeting is USA Today bestselling author and locked-room mystery enthusiast Gigi Pandian. She’s been awarded Agatha, Anthony, Lefty, and Derringer awards, and been a finalist for the Edgar. And she’ll be taking publishing: What type of Publishing is Right for You. What are the differences between being published at a small press, mid-size press, Big 5 publisher or self-publishing, and which choice will be the best for you, your story and your audience? Pre-registration is required for entry onto the Radford Studio Center lot, so be sure to hit that registration button before noon on March 1st.
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