Left Coast Crime 2019 – Whale of a Crime

March 28 – 31, 2019
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Panel Announcement: Supernatural Storytellers
Day & Time: Thursday 2:30 PM – 3:15 PM

I’m so excited (and a bit nervous) to be on my first panel! I will be joining these amazingly creative writers:

Moderator Margaret Dumas: Author of her new series, The Movie Palace Mysteries. The first book in her series, Murder At The Palace, will be out in time for LCC. Website: www.margaretdumas.com.

Panelist Dale Berry: Author/Illustrator of at least two graphic novel series including the occult-adventures Tales of the Moonlight Cutterand the noir-suspense The Be-Bop Barbarians(w/Gary Phillips). All are on Amazon. Website: www.myriadpubs.com.

Panelist Eileen Magill: Author of her novel House of Homicideand Blogger of An Unseen Resident, where she documents the real-life events of her own haunted house. She also provides editing at Magill’s Quill, specializing in Mystery, Thriller and Horror. Websites: www.eileenmagill.com; www.mqedit.com.

Panelist Laura Andersen: Author of The Darkling Bride, and at least two acclaimed historical fiction and suspenseful trilogies, The Tudor Legacy Trilogy, and The Boleyn Trilogy (The Boleyn King, 2013 Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice Award Winner for Best Historical Fiction). Website: www.lauraandersenbooks.com.

…and me!

Panelist Wendy Fallon: Author of the Southwest, paranormal murder mystery series, Cali May Mysteries. I will be promoting my third and latest book, Magnolia Murders, but will also have books one and two on hand: Death Remembers, Killing Rose.Website: www.WendyFallon.com.

Magnolia Murders Front Cover RGB SM

About Wendy Fallon

By day I am a technical writer, and by night and on weekends I am an artist and creative writer. Having lived in Phoenix, AZ with my husband Tim for 23 years, I find the urban wilderness in which we lived to be endlessly fascinating. Our home was tucked up against South Mountain, the largest city park in the U.S. The canal slashing across the base of the mountain provides inspiration for paintings, drawings, and sitings of wild coyotes, skittering fluffs of newborn quail, lizards and constant change.
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