Berkley Books is an imprint of Penguin-Putnam Group. Go to this site to find a guide to some of the best new books in a large selection of genres.
Victoria was the featured Guest of Honor at the 2016 Malice Domestic Conference in Bethesda, MD. This is a fan convention that anyone can attend. Victoria will also be at the 2017 conference: speaking, signing books, and meeting fans. Hope to see you there!
Signed copies of my latest releases are usually available for purchase at Scene of the Crime books. Email the owner directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Most of my Gaslight Mysteries are now available as audio books from Recorded Books. Narrated by actress Suzanne Toren, these Gaslight Mysteries can be bought, rented or even borrowed from many public libraries.
Victoria teaches in Seton Hill University’s Master’s of Fine Arts program in Writing Popular Fiction. This is one of the only programs in the country that teaches writers to create - and market - the fiction that sells. Upon graduation from Seton Hill's program, you will have completed a full-length market-ready novel, earned a Master of Fine Arts degree from a leading liberal arts University, and become part of a supportive network of published authors. The program teaches students to write marketable novels in popular genres like mystery, romance, science fiction, horror, and fantasy. Additional specialties include literature for children and adolescents, and cross-genre blends like romantic suspense or young adult mysteries.
Here you can find the history of American immigration and see the place where millions were processed before proceeding to a new home and to pursue their dreams. If you visit, you can also take in the famous Statue of Liberty. They are both in Jersey City, New Jersey.
The world's oldest and largest organisation devoted to the study and preservation of the language, history, culture and genealogy of the Calabria region of Italy.
MWA dedicates itself to promoting a high regard for the genre of crime writing. No matter if you’re an aspiring or accomplished mystery or crime writer, MWA has something to offer you in the form of literacy programs, scholarships, symposia and conferences.
Especially for fans and aspiring mystery writers who want to learn more about the genre.
This guide is packed with more than 40 resources for lovers of the crime and mystery genres. In addition to general genre resources, you’ll find resources for writers, teachers and kids, and links to relevant podcasts and blogs.